Symptoms of Osteoarthritis under control (Contd…)
There are many complementary therapies that are available for easing the symptoms of Osteoarthritis, although there is little or no medical evidence to say that they are effective.
Therapies such as acupuncture, aromatherapy and massage are some of the other commonly used complementary therapies for Osteoarthritis treatment. Some people may find that they help, although they can be expensive and time-consuming.
If you have Osteoarthritis and you decide to use a form of complementary therapy to treat your condition, make sure that your therapist is fully qualified and an accredited member of the appropriate organization.