The purposeful modulation of the activity of the nervous system, known as Neurostimulation, uses several invasive and non-invasive means. It is the electromagnetic approach to neuromodulation. This therapy works to regulate inflammation in the body through electric impulses.
Patients receiving nerve stimulation for RA experienced improvements in its symptoms; none reported serious or adverse effects. Nerve stimulation is usually given once a day for about 12 weeks. However, the treatment period varies from one patient to the next.
Triple Therapy is a significant approach
Among the ongoing trials for advancements, the researchers have found more reliable promise in the same old treatments. Several studies show that combination therapy of methotrexate, sulfasalazine, and hydroxychloroquine is as effective as methotrexate plus biological *****. Both are taken as initial therapy and after the failure of methotrexate.
The “Triple Therapy” gives your doctor another effective approach to treating the symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis. It may reduce joint damage if methotrexate does not work alone. It is also a significant option for those who fight shy of biological ***** due to their high cost.
Will there ever be a cure for RA?
Currently, there is no permanent cure for Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). Doctors prescribe the latest medications and combination therapies (including conventional regimens) to treat the symptoms and manage the disease by stopping its progression.
Researchers are still looking at genes to investigate why people get RA and how some cases of them are worse and more progressive in nature. Studies are also being conducted on monoclonal antibodies. ***** like baricitinib have shown greater efficacy in managing most signs of the condition.
Many discoveries from the past few years have shown promising treatments for RA. It is, however, not clear if or when we will have its cure. Significant research on the main causes and mechanisms of Rheumatoid Arthritis indicates an optimistic sign of achieving ultimate freedom from disease activity, even without a cure.