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Mobility Support Q&A with Dr. Liss, OB-GYN

What can I do to relieve menopause joint pain?

You may receive medical treatments like physical therapy or injections. Lifestyle changes like better sleep and a healthier diet can help. You can consider incorporating complementary therapies. Or you can try at-home remedies like low-impact activity, and hot and cold therapy.

Does arthritis impact joint pain during menopause?

Arthritis is a major cause of joint pain. Parts of the joint swell, causing pain, swelling, and stiffness. The symptoms get worse as cartilage wears down and bones rub together. During menopause, you may feel pain in your hands, lower back, neck, knees, hips, and feet.

What can I take for menopause joint pain?

For menopause joint pain, consider over-the-counter pain relievers like acetaminophen or NSAIDs, and topical arthritis creams. Corticosteroid or hyaluronic acid injections from your healthcare provider may also help.

What are your tips for how to treat menopause joint pain?

Consult a doctor, try physical therapy, use pain relief medications, and engage in low-impact exercises. Consider acupuncture as well.

Are there tips on how to prevent osteoporosis after menopause?

Engage in regular weight-bearing exercises, eat a diet rich in protein, calcium, and vitamin D, quit smoking, and limit caffeine and alcohol consumption. Some people who are at high risk may be prescribed hormone therapy to help prevent osteoporosis.

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