Tuesday, January 27, 2015

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Along with more traditional medical treatments, there are several natural remedies that some RA patients have found helpful. Some of these treatments include massage therapy, dietary supplements and certain exercise regiments.  However, these treatments should never be used as a replacement for prescribed medication and should always be used under the supervision of a physician.

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