I haven't experienced though have made a search for that and found that it may be due to some injury you might be experiencing the burning sensation and also as you say have been diagnosed with Osteoarthritis that may be also must be one of the reason.View Thread
Hi Klav, very sorry to know about the pain now you are through, Arthritis can be controlled up to some extent through physical activities by reducing the stiffness, pain. So, don't be frustrated with the agony you are through now. Just have patience and follow the instructions of your PT.View Thread
Ya, if you reduce the walk up to 20mins also its okay but do remember exercise only at that time when the pain is not severe and don't lift very heavy weights or else that would put an negative impact. If at all you find any swelling then stop doing any kinda exercise as it will exert a lot of pressure on the affected area.View Thread
Hi.....Recently I heard about infectious arthritis,I read that Infections within a joint cause inflammation leading to infectious arthritis.I want to know Something about this,like their own experiences. Please share with me your valuable words. Thank You.. View Thread
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