Can Physiotherapy Treat Osteoarthritis Pain?

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    HI, I’m Robert from Mississauga. My brother has been suffering from severe knee pain for the last two months. In the beginning, he neglected it but now it got so worse that he can’t tolerate the pain.

    Last week he consulted his doc and he told him that its osteoarthritis. The doctor also prescribed Tapentadol. Now he’s taking it for managing pain.
    But he’s thinking about doing some kind of non medicated treatment.

    One of my friends told physiotherapy can cure joint pains so we’re planning to visit a physiotherapy clinic in Mississauga. But I would like to know if it’s worth spending money. Is there any other alternative way to treat osteoarthritis?

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    Bradley Cameron

    if the doctor recommended osteoarthritis then respect his decision and atleast discuss it with Rheumatologists

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