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Long Beach, CA, United States, 2011/09/06 - Arthritis Treatment Today, an information service providing up to date information on various forms of arthritis and treatment of arthritis, announced that it is launching a new website, ArthritisTreatmentToday.com.
In an effort to provide more information to arthritis sufferers, Arthritis Treatment Today has announced that it is launching its new weblog site, arthritistreatmenttoday.com.
Arthritis Treatment Today’s new website will focus on educating victims of the various forms of arthritis about the symptoms and treatment of the condition.
Michael Soltoff, spokesperson for Arthritis Treatment Today, said “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 70 million Americans suffer from symptoms of arthritis. We think we can provide a great place for victims of arthritis to get information about both basic information on arthritis and information on the newest developments in the field.
The firm intends to provide core information on various forms of arthritis, such as osteoarthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis, and available arthritis treatment options. Also, the firm will provide regular updates on current medical developments and treatment options.
The firm next intends to relese guides to hip joint pain and symptoms of arthritis.
In addition to core material, Soltoff said “we are very proud to have published highly current articles on new developments in arthritis treatment – on new medicinal, surgical, and alternative treatment options.”
In particular, Soltoff reported that the new website shares details of a several new treatment options, including a new device that attaches to arthritis sufferers’ shoes, a new surgical implant of a small “pillow” for the spine, and the use of adult stem cells in osteoarthritis recovery.
About Arthritis Treatment Today
Arthritis Treatment Today (arthritistreatmenttoday.com) was started in 2011 in an effort to help victims of the various forms of arthritis. The firm believes that there is a shortage of easily accessible information on the forms of arthritis, symptoms of the condition, and the treatment alternatives available.