If Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment is Working, How Should I Feel?

Medically reviewed in March 2022

When rheumatoid arthritis (RA) treatment is working, you can expect to go about your daily activities nearly pain-free. In this video, rheumatologist Paula Rackoff, MD, explains how the aging process affects RA.

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