Health Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi Published by: Abhilash Srivastava Updated Tue, 12 Oct 2021 01:27 PM IST
Dr. Johaib Kazi
(Physiotherapist & Cupping Expert)
Due to lifestyle disturbances and physical inactivity, there has been a rapid increase in the cases of arthritis in the last decade. Arthritis is a serious problem of inflammation and pain in the joints, affecting millions of people worldwide. In the last few years, there has been a rapid increase in the cases of this disease in India. If we look at the statistics, more than 180 million (18 crore) people in India have the problem of arthritis, not only that, every year more than 14 lakh new people need to contact doctors for treatment.
World Arthritis Day is celebrated every year on 12 October to make people aware about this rapidly growing serious problem around the world. According to health experts, the treatment of arthritis focuses on improving the quality of life of the patient along with reducing the symptoms. Apart from this, if some improvements in lifestyle are made, then this serious problem can be avoided. Let us know about this from the experts.