Ask a doctor - not a nutritionist - a real doctor.
If you need supplements or are having problems caused by diet you should fix the diet, not patch it up with pills...
glucosamine and chondroitin. I take a pill combining these daily, and even at nearly 70, I still have no problems with joint pain. I am still able to do my job of cleaning large homes for clients 4 days a week, with no pain.
I also found this while looking for other possible aids.
Licorice may help relieve joint pain and stiffness associated with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. GA may reduce connective tissue and muscle inflammation that limits the mobility of arthritic joints, according to Michael Castleman, author of "The New Healing Herbs."
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/434934-herbal-remedies-with-licorice-root/#ixzz2H6IF0mkM
FOLIC ACID PERFECT FOR THE JOINTS AND VITAMIN D, C AND FISH OIL.
Vitamin b helps some and a high protein diet helps a lot to.
I tried for a while vit D, glucosamine, omega 3, I try to change my diet but some times ago (3 month) I tried traditional chineese medecine and in my case it was almost miraculous (I have I think rhummatoid, don't mix with hemoroid though).
Check this site out. http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-4815/5-Herbs-for-Arthritis-Joint-Pain.html
Omega 3 I believe... Definitely look into inflammation. Things which reduce inflammation include ginger, turmeric and sources of Omega 3
Glucosamine combined with Chondroitin. (It's important to have BOTH.) Fish oil helps too.
Make sure you getting enough Calcium in your diet. You can buy Calcium pills also.
Smoke a joint and see if that helps