Were you looking for more information about Arthritis? Arthristis is a common misspelling of arthritis.
If you experience lasting joint pain, joint swelling, or joint stiffness for longer than two weeks, you may have some form of arthritis. The term is used to describe more than 100 kinds of rheumatic diseases and conditions that affect the joints in almost any part of the body. Common arthritis categories include inflammatory, non-inflammatory, infectious, and hemorrhagic. There is currently no cure for these conditions, and there is also no single treatment that applies to everyone or every type of arthritis.
(Click Arthritis to learn more about the various types of arthritis, symptoms associated with these conditions, and treatment options that are currently available. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)