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New study helps validate Dr. Theo's theory of arthritis prevention


Landmark, Long-Term, X-Ray Study proves Chondroitin improves joint cartilage!

In the largest x-ray study ever performed to date, European researchers have proven that 800 mg of chondrotin, taken once daily nearly halts the loss of cartilage versus placebo - even in patients who don't experience pain relief. Read more...

Top Arthritis Prevention Tips

Arthritis Supplements - Most common mistakes



Vitamin D Resource Center

You're supposed to stay out of the sun and use sunscreen because of accelerated aging and skin cancer. Why this might lead to big problems.

Standardized, non-prescription, pharmaceutical grade Vitamin D



Dr. Theo's® Review of the NIH Glucosamine and Chondroitin Arthritis Intervention Trial (GAIT) Part 1

As an oversight committee member of the NIH Glucosamine/Chondroitin Arthritis Intervention trial (GAIT); someone with extensive training in biostatistics, epidemiology and research design; and someone who is required to speak out on the fair and balanced interpretation of the study, I’m astounded by the poor reporting of the facts associated with this research study...Read more

Summary of Key Points

NIH's GAIT (Glucosamine/Chondroitin Arthritis Intervention Trial) Full Results Chart

What's better - glucosamine/chondroitin or Celebrex?

Many News Briefs Support Dr. Theo's Position on GAIT findings:
Times Union

The Arthritis Foundation (PDF)

United Press International
Medical News Today
Genetic Engineering News
Pro Health Network.com

Miami Herald

Wall Street Journal

Medscape MedPage

Dr. Theo will continue to monitor the press and provide convenient links for you to decide for yourself the value of supplements for joint health based on the NIH study and many, many others.


Dr. Theo™ on Arthritis


Arthritis and related conditions are actually made up of about 100 different diseases.

When the word "arthritis" is used as a general term, it is meant to refer to problems that are specific to or include the joints.

There are over 230 different joints in the human body. A joint is the union of two or more bones, surrounded by various other tissues such as

  • Joint capsule (fibrous tissue which encloses the joint in a watertight and airtight environment)
  • Muscles (which allow for movement around the joint)
  • Tendons (which connect muscles to bones)
  • Ligaments (which connect bone to other bones)
  • Cartilage (which lines the ends of the bones and acts as both a shock absorbers and a slippery surface that allows the bones to move easily over one another)

Arthritis is a Greek word that translates literally into "joint inflammation." The symptoms of arthritis usually include joint pain, stiffness, and sometimes swelling or warmth.

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90% of people who follow The Arthritis Cure® treatment program don't need anti-inflammatories (like Aleve, Celebrex or Advil).
Dr. Theo warned people that these drugs, used first... read more



















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