Medication Most Commonly Seen As an Effective Way to Alleviate Arthritic Pain

While Many Feel that Physical Activity Can Reduce Arthritis Symptoms, Some Worry that it May Worsen Pain

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Toronto, ON – Nine in ten respondents (87%) believe that medications are effective in reducing arthritic pain according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of The Arthritis Society. While respondents are more likely to find medications to be as effective treatment, at least three quarters also say that physiotherapy...

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Medication Most Commonly Seen As an Effective Way to Alleviate Arthritic Pain

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Pina Pejovic PhD
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Ipsos Reid
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