Citter Rheumatoid Arthritis Care Programme
Treatment plays a key role in controlling the inflammation of Rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Each treatment for RA is tailored to each person's individual situation, based on the severity of the condition, for the effectiveness of specific therapies, we give at Citter Health & Wellness Centre. At Citter, therapy & treatment are based on non-drug practices and our methods are based on herbal practices that are routed in the Citter System.
Citter Rheumatoid Arthritis Care
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory condition. It can affect many different parts of the body but most commonly affects the joints, causing pain and stiffness. The cause of RA is unknown. It is different from osteoarthritis (OA), which is the most common form of arthritis; OA occurs when the cartilage protecting the joints wears down over time.
Citter Treatment and Care plays a key role in controlling the inflammation of RA and in minimizing joint damage. Treatment at Citter Health & Wellness Care Centre is off non-drug therapies. We follow the ancient practices of the Citter System to bring relief and a better quality of life.
Our treatments of RA are tailored to each person's individual situation, including the severity of the condition, the effectiveness of specific therapies. Treatment choices may also be affected by the person's other health conditions, especially those affecting the liver, lungs, or kidneys.
Our RA health and wellness care providers work closely with you on the options and form a plan for treatment, to get the process going.
Citter RA Care Programme
The aim of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) treatment at Citter is to control symptoms, prevent joint damage, and maximize your quality of life and ability to function. Joint damage caused by RA generally occurs within the first two years of diagnosis when inflammation may be at its worst, though it is difficult to predict which individuals will develop long-term complications from joint damage. Therefore, the initial treatment of RA aims to eliminate or minimize inflammation. Our general, treatments are with the potential to stop joint damage that we recommend for everyone with RA.
Long-term medical care with a provider you trust is essential for the successful management of RA. This involves once a year visits to assess how well your treatment is working and provide support where ever necessary.