Can Rheumatoid Arthritis Cause Osteoarthritis

By | June 7, 2017

Osteoarthritis vs rheumatoid arthritis symptoms

In talkingabout the different symptoms between osteoarthritisand rheumatoid arthritis, I think my obsession with colorcoding will really pay off so we'll have red for rheumatoid arthritis and green for osteoarthritis. We'll talk about allthe different symptoms but I want to make thisa logical discussion so thinking back to thecause of these two diseases

and why it is that theyare different in symptoms. In rheumatoid arthritis, it'salways going to be autoimmune so the body's attacking itself, it's a whole body kind of process whereas in osteoarthritis,we're dealing with overuse. Usually in elderly people orpeople carrying extra weight weighing down their joints. Okay, first, before thedifferences, let's just quickly

go over the commonalitiesand why it's important to distinguish thembecause people will come in complaining of the same things. Pain, number one, their joints hurt. Both of these can be painful, they can also involve stiffness. The quality and timingwith it will be different but they'll both tell youthat their joints feel stiff

and they can't use them well. So with that, they mightavoid using their limbs, might lead to muscular weakness. Weakness, loss of function, and this weakness and loss of function and inability to do thethings they like to do might actually have indirecteffects on their mood, for example, depression is common

because both of these are chronic diseases so depression, risk for heart disease and other things froma sedentary lifestyle are all things to consider. So the point of this is whenpatients come in and tell you, quot;my joints hurt,quot; make sureto not leave it at that and keep asking the questionsto distinguish the two. The first question you mightask is, quot;Where does it hurt,

quot;which jointséquot; And here a very important featurethat distinguishes the two is gonna be the fact thatin rheumatoid arthritis, we have symmetry between the left side and the right side of the body. For example, when a personwith RA comes in and tells you, quot;my shoulders hurt,quot; it'sgoing to be shoulders, left and right.

Remedies for rheumatoid arthritis remedies for osteoarthritis with Wallach

Arthritis is my favorite disease because itis easy to fix. it one of the great myths that the medical profession perpetuates isthat you can not build bone mass after the age of 50, 60, 70. years if age, you can onlyslow down the loss. And the reason why they say that is because they try to rebuild bonemass using plain calcium, whether its tums or calcium citrate or carbonate or gluconateor lactate. and you body will not retain much or any of the calcium that you supplementwith in your bones without first building new bone matrix. you have to have new bonematrix which is this rubbery collagen material that looks like tendon or skin. and it makesup 25 40 % of our bone weight 40 % when

you are a child and 25% when you are an adult.Soit is absolutely essential if you want to deal with the wear and tear arthritis, osteoarthritis,degenerative arthritis ankylosing spondylitis effectively you need to take all 90 essentialnutrients. ( The best way to do that is with Wallachs PIG Arthritis formula (Nowcalled Wallachs Healthy bone and joint pack) Remember I am a veterinarian as wellas a physician and we learned a long time ago maybe 100 years in veterinarian medicinethat we could actually prevent and reverse maybe even use the cure word in animals Arthritissimply by giving the animal the raw materials to develop properly and maintain and repairthe joints. And so using this information

that we developed in animals if you use thesame concept for human beings I have literally seen 10's of 1000's of people over the yearswho had bone to bone arthritis they had osteoarthritis, then had degenerative arthritis ankylosingspondylitis which is basically a joint form of osteoporosis It's osteoporosis of the jointend of the bones and they've tried all kinds of medication and of course if you take medication,if you take a pain killer, if you take an anti inflammatory for arthritis essentiallyall you are doing cutting the wire to the re warning light. Pain in a joint says don'tuse me until you fix me and by take a pain killer by taking an antiinflammatory whichwill reduce pain, you are allowing that joint

to be used even though it would have beenpainful without the drug so you are wearing that joint out faster and faster and to meit is criminally negligent for someone to be prescribed a pain killer or anti inflammatoryfor joint disease without repairing the joint at the same time. and this is where the PigArthritis formula really shines and it works just like a charm in human beings as well.

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