Mentioned below are some treatments for rheumatoid arthritis:
Medications: Anti-inflammatory medications are prescribed for comfort and pain relief. Cortisone shots and NSAID drugs also reduce pain. There are several additional medications prescribed which may be able to alter the course of the disease.
Massage Therapy: Acupuncture, massage and hot/cold therapies as well as chiropractic treatments can also significantly help minimizing the pain.
Physical Therapy: Specially designed exercise regimens can also provide a high degree of pain relief.
Regenerative Medications: Stem cell injections and PRP (platelet rich plasma) therapies have also shown positive results in helping with rheumatoid arthritis pain.e intracranial pressure, bleeding, subdural injection, infection, hematoma, and spinal cord compression. These complications are limited through the use of adequate training, sterile technique, and x-ray imaging.