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Most patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) can be treated non-surgically. The treatment plan is designed to control the disease, alleviate pain, and maximize quality of life. Options include medications and physical therapy.
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There are many drugs and medications available to treat your rheumatoid arthritis, but they won't cure it. Over-the-counter drugs, including NSAIDs, and prescription medications, such as DMARDs, will help reduce joint pain and inflammation.