Treatment options for rheumatoid arthritis include anti-inflammatory medications and disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs, called DMARDs. These include a class of drugs called biological response modifiers, known as biologics. Surgery may be required if patients have pain that interferes with daily activities, limitations in their range of motion or loss of function due to joint damage. Your physician will advise you regarding the best options for you.


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