Includes drugs indicated for different types of arthritis as well as the form and strength the medication is available in.
A comparative list of treatment options for arthritis including DMARDS and other immune modulators.
The researchers found that 13.1% of patients with musculoskeletal conditions were opioid users, and those using prescribed opioids were more likely to be highly satisfied with their care.
Trigger point injection as an adjunct to physical therapy is well tolerated and improves symptoms of pelvic floor muscle spasm in approximately 50% of patients with chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome.
Muscle MRI may complement a physician’s objective assessment in juvenile dermatomyositis, although negative MRI findings should not preclude treatment continuation.
A relationship may be present between serum vitamin D levels and chronic tension-type headaches.
Outcome measurement tools for psoriatic arthritis have been updated by the Group for Research and Assessment of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis.