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ARTHRITIS TREATMENT AND PAIN RELIEF Edgbaston Birmingham & Henley In Arden



Arthritis is a term used for inflammation and pain of a joint as a consequence of trauma and age-related changes, ultimately leading to degenerative changes and joint structural compromise. Here, we will briefly explain the causes of osteoarthritis and the treatment of osteoarthritis at our Osteopathic Clinics in Solihull and Birmingham.


Common places of arthritis pain are often found in weight-bearing joints like the knees and hips, and non-weight-bearing joints like the hands and shoulders. Two common examples of arthritis are:


  • Osteoarthritis often referred to as ‘wear and tear; or degeneration of the joint 

  • Rheumatoid arthritis – this can be very acute and affect many joints which become painful and reduce the range of movement.


Predisposing factors and causes of osteoarthritis include the following:

  • Age

  • Hyper-mobility

  • Previous trauma 

  • Obesity 

  • Mal-alignment / biomechanical compromise

  • Vascular insufficiency

  • Hormonal imbalances


Specialist treatment for arthritis and joint pain can be found here: Dynamic Regenerative Medicine

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Here at Dynamic Osteopaths, we are musculoskeletal osteopaths that use traditional osteopathic techniques aimed at reducing restriction and restoring normal musculoskeletal function. 


Dynamic Osteopaths have musculoskeletal clinics in;

Solihull, Henley In Arden Osteopathic Clinic 

Edgbaston Birmingham Osteopathy Clinic


For further information on arthritis or how an osteopath can help you please contact your local osteopath and get in touch today!

Osteopathic Treatment for arthritic pain and discomfort:

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Dynamic Osteopaths 

For further information please contact us on 01564 330773 or alternatively email us at

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