Causes of Osteoarthritis Guide


October 25, 2022

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Osteoarthritis (OA) affects almost 33 million adults in the United States alone. Much like peripheral neuropathy, which affects the extremities of the body’s nervous system, osteoarthritis is a condition that often manifests in large joints with a lot of use and pressure, like knees, hips, ankles, and other large joints, but can also present in the fingers and toes. Osteoarthritis is called a wear and tear disease, basically it is the result of years of use and pressure and likely resulted from some initial overuse injury or something significant that triggered the tissue to react to stress stimuli and over time that wearing and tearing results in osteoarthritis. With this description of OA we can see that it is an entirely separate pain condition from other common pains like peripheral neuropathy, and back injuries, and health or illness derived chronic pain conditions.

The causes of OA, when compared to peripheral neuropathy, are not the same by any means, yet the same treatment modality can be highly effective and patients who are familiar with Relatyv electroanalgesia therapies and our nonsurgical treatments for peripheral neuropathy often are not aware that both conditions can be treated effectively. However, it is not uncommon for many patients who look for pain relief from multiple conditions find themselves being funneled down multiple paths and multiple physicians and treatment suggestions when they could consolidate that effort and find that relief with Relatyv.

Before patients find their solution with Relatyv, it is important that they recognize the causes of the condition of OA. After all, understanding the causes of a condition that affects your body on a daily basis is the first step in seeking meaningful treatment.

In short, the most common causes of osteoarthritis include:

Obesity, which worsens the condition after a patient has been diagnosed due to the excess and unnecessary weight and pressure placed on joints, creating increased faster wear and tear.

Overuse, due to working conditions in conjunction with age.

Pre-Existing Conditions, which is a wide range of possible health issues which can lead to the development of Osteoarthritis

Major Injury, which by many medical professionals can be seen as a sudden and extreme overuse or misuse of the joint.

Regardless of the causes of your osteoarthritis condition, Relatyv offers a non-drug, non-surgical, non-invasive, non-chiropractic solution to this condition and other forms of chronic pain. Hundreds of patients have experienced relief from the pains and irritations of osteoarthritis through our patented FDA approved devices and treatments. Patients who may have been wary of taking medication or undergoing expensive surgery to alleviate their symptoms, can instead resolve pain and restore health using Relatyv’s electroanalgesia technology and combination IV therapy to address nutritional deficiencies and improve overall health. Many patients experience immediate pain relief and regain better functionality of joints and limbs.

Relatyv offers electroanalgesia and IV treatment sessions that are only an hour long, twice a week. Relatyv uses patented high pulse electroanalgesia therapy to send high energy waves of electrical current that activate and heal the nerves damaged from osteoarthritis. Once tissues are stimulated with high pulse electrical current, the cells begin to revascularize and repair. This technology is not only used to treat the effects of chronic pain associated with osteoarthritis but other chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia and peripheral neuropathy and wide range of chronic pain conditions.

A study done by Clarence Cone, MD, PhD at the University of Virginia found that electroanalgesia technology used by Relatyv has been proven to relieve pain and increase the growth and activity of beneficial tissues and cellular activity that will aid in long-term pain relief. Treatment sessions with Relatyv often result in immediate and long-lasting solutions to the chronic pain of osteoarthritis all without drugs, surgery, chiropractors, or invasive procedures. Patients often express relief from the pain but also the peace of mind that they do not need to rely on potentially addictive medications with all the side effects, or surgeries that may not work or cause even more problems.

About the Author

Will is a healthcare executive, innovator, entrepreneur, inventor, and writer with a wide range of experience in the medical field. Will has multiple degrees in a wide range of subjects that give depth to his capability as an entrepreneur and capacity to operate as an innovative healthcare executive.

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