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By: Becca Nichols






Arthritis: painful


innflamation and


stiffness in the joints




  • pain in the joints, ankles, back, fingers, hands, muscles, neck, wrist
  • sharp or intermittent pains
  • pain while sitting or doing day to day activities
  • stiffness, tenderness, or swelling in the joints
  • fatigue or malaise 
  • decresed range of motion or muscle weakness
  • bumps on the fingers or bony outgrowth in fingers or toes
  • flaring
  • limping
  • physical deformity
  • redness
  • stiffness in the neck















An infection or injury to


the joints can increase


your risk of OA. Mostly


the development of


Arthritis is caused by






  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrom
  • Widespread Innflamation
  • Joint Dammage
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Cervical Myelopathy


Risk Factors:

  • heredity 
  • "wear and tear" of aging
  • muscle weakness