Primary arthrosis: causes, symptoms and treatment

Primary arthrosis - the initial stage of chronic disease in which there is a gradual defeat cartilage tissue.

Neglect treatment is impossible, because the risk of disability due to the running of osteoarthritis is quite high.

Causes of primary osteoarthritis

This disease can develop for different reasons. The main include the following:

  • Physical trauma - in case of severe injuries or dislocated joints, cartilage tissue is restored long enough and hard. If the injury will remain незалеченной likely to develop osteoarthritis.
  • Dysplasia of the hip - arthritis can be a consequence of inborn characteristics associated with the incorrect development of the joint.
  • Inflammation of the many diseases that are not relevant to the oporno-impellent device, can cause osteoarthritis. Inflammatory processes in the body have a negative impact on the cartilage of the joint, which leads to its deformation.
  • Also causes the development of primary osteoarthritis can be heredity, obesity, hypothermia and the lack of necessary microelements in the organism.

Symptoms of primary osteoarthritis

In the early stages of disease is difficult because it is in a latent form.

If you experience sound in the joints, pain in the sagittal extremities, swelling (edema), seek immediate medical attention. In the early stages, you can avoid the destruction of cartilage tissue and prevent further development of osteoarthritis.

Treatment of primary osteoarthritis

Depending on the degree of destruction of cartilage tissue and physical condition of the patient, a doctor may prescribe other types of treatment:

  • physiotherapy;
  • electrophoresis;
  • ultrasound;
  • barotherapy:
  • mud applications;
  • microwave therapy.

These treatments are effectively used by the specialists of our rehabilitation center in the treatment of primary osteoarthritis.

You can pass the course of treatment in our rehabilitation center. Details about its cost, accommodation in medical centre and proposed procedures learn the telephone numbers (04338) 2-20-86 (round the clock) or (04338) 2-25-77 (from 09.00 to 18.00). Or use the feedback form in Contacts