Early Symptoms of Knee Arthritis

If you’ve been having pain in your knees, but aren’t sure if it’s connected to arthritis, check for these warning signs:

If you are beginning to experience these symptoms, but aren’t ready for surgical intervention, you can try to combat these symptoms with anti-inflammatories, heat on stiff joints, ice packs on swollen joints, and physical therapy. If you would like your knees to get checked out by a doctor, please call our office to schedule a consultation at 317-455-1064.

Source: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/310641.php

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