Symptoms of Arthritis




Pain in joints that doesn’t go away, warmth and redness in joints, swollen joints, stiff joints, trouble moving joints in normal way, and grinding feeling of joint when moved are some of the symptoms of arthritis.

Dr. Juan Carlos Suarez, Orthopedic Surgeon with Miami Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute, says one of the most common symptoms of arthritis is stiffness. “Arthritis is a chronic condition that happens over time, and the interesting thing is that the evolution of it or the progression of it can vary from patient to patient, and also depends on the activity level of the patient, not everybody progresses at the same rate.”

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