To avoid the complication of “wind blowing hands”, the person needs to have good control of rheumatoid arthritis.

Since rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease, it cannot be completely cured, the treatments are aimed at controlling the symptomatology of the disease, helping to stabilize the disease and preventing the development of complications.

Follow doctor noted that, the disease is often treated medically with drugs such as anti-IL-6 or anti-TNF- alpha drugs; JAK inhibitors prevent the release of cytokine pro-inflammatory substances, which cause arthritis; anti-inflammatory analgesics…

In addition to drug treatment, the doctor may appoint the patient to take supportive measures such as physiotherapy, acupuncture, massage … to enhance blood circulation, improve muscle strength, help the joints become more flexible.