Do you suffer from arthritis and think that there is no hope of relief? Arthritis is a condition when one or more joints develop inflammation causing stiffness and pain. Arthritis occurs over time and is caused by repetitive trauma over a lifetime that results in bone degeneration and joint space destruction. Including the spine and extremities, the human body has approximately 360 different joints.

In 2023, we wrote a blog specifically about arthritis. To learn more about arthritis, refer to “Breaking the Shackles of Arthritis.” In this week’s blog, we will begin our first topic of a 15-week series about the supplements we offer at our office. This week, we will talk about Arthrisea, what it is used for, and who can benefit from it.

What is Arthrisea?

Arthrisea is a natural supplement made by Coastside Bio Resources. It contains sea chondroitin (sea cucumber) and glucosamine HCL that helps with joint support. Sea cucumber possess vital vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that provide important health benefits to areas such as the liver, heart, and joints. Glucosamine HCL is one of many forms of glucosamine, but it is a natural compound found in cartilage. Synthetic forms are made in labs from shells or shellfish. 

Arthrisea is not designed to remove arthritis, but rather, alleviate symptoms. Patients who have never taken Arthrisea are given a 4-day trial that is to be taken at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Patients who take Arthrisea will start to see benefits in as little as four days.    

Who Can Benefit from Arthrisea?

Anyone with arthritis can benefit from Arthrisea. You can even give Arthrisea to your dog. Another great question patients ask is if they need arthritis to take Arthrisea. No. It is never a bad idea to plan ahead. If you are allergic to shellfish, please let us know as this product contains shellfish products. Aside from shellfish, minor side effects include digestive distress, headaches, and skin rash.

Arthrisea is our best-selling supplement. We give this supplement to most of our patients that show evidence of arthritis and degenerative disc disease on their x-rays.  If you are suffering from arthritis or achy joints, talk to our doctors and they will be happy to talk to you more about Arthrisea. 

If you have any questions about Arthrisea, please call us at (724) 547-3377 and checkout our website at for more content.

Yours In Health,

Brian M. Steinert, DC

Larry E. Wilkins, DC

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