The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Arthritis

The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Arthritis

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Get Help for Your Arthritis and Preserve the Quality of Your Life!

If you're one of the 46 million Americans who suffer from arthritis, here's some welcome news: you don't have to live with your pain or accept it as part of getting older. You can make the decision today to get the facts about arthritis.

In "The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Arthritis," Dr. John Clough shares insights, discoveries, and inspiring stories from his 43-year career as one of America's foremost arthritis specialists. In these pages, you'll get medical advice to help you live with arthritis and maintain your quality of life. Inside you'll find advice to help you:

Discover the best possible treatments, with the most positive outcomes and the least side effects.Understand the different types of arthritis, from the common rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis to fibromyalgia, gout, and more unusual types.Know what to expect, both in the short term, when it comes to tests, treatment options, and medication side effects, and in the long term, when it comes to your prognosis and quality of life.Get the facts about diet and exercise and how they can affect your arthritis treatment.Find inspiration and encouragement from the stories of people who found relief through effective arthritis treatment.

Cleveland Clinic is ranked consistently among the top hospitals in America by "U.S. News & World Report." Its rheumatology program, ranked 2nd in the country, is a trusted source for arthritis information and is spearheading advanced research into this condition.

Publisher: New York : Kaplan Pub., c2009.
ISBN: 9781427799562
1427799563
Branch Call Number: 616.722 Clough 02/2009
Characteristics: ix, 245 p. :,ill. ;,23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Cleveland Clinic Foundation

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MartonPetenyi
Jan 27, 2011

I would NEVER in a million years choose this doctor to treat my fibromyalgia. He might have experience in his field of rheumatology but has no clue about the everyday challenges of living with these illnesses and in pain. He created his fictional characters and stories that provide easy solutions and he makes readers with these illnesses feel to be blamed if they struggle with their disabilities.

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