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Knee OA diagnosis

So you think you may have knee osteoarthritis? How do you find out? Did you know there are multiple forms of arthritis? Three of the most commonly seen forms are: Osteoarthritis: The most commonly seen, degenerative form of arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis: Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that can affect multiple joints in body, including


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Knee Osteoarthritis

Cold weather have your joints feeling achy? Perhaps your knees are experiencing pain, stiffness, swelling and constantly cracking? If you are over 50 and these are common symptoms with prolonged walking, standing or climbing stairs, then you may have a degenerative condition known as osteoarthritis. Continue Reading












“I Have Arthritis, What Should I Do?”

While technological advancements and improvements in the medical field continue to evolve, patients (and clinicians) are striving for better outcomes.  However, with social media and TV ‘doctors’ attempting to fill headlines and airtime, several preliminary interventions can become exposed to the public without having strong evidence supporting their effectiveness. Fortunately, a growing body of evidence


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