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Osteoarthritis Blog Posts
Walking: The Best Way to Start Getting Active with Arthritis
J. Stuart Melvin, MD
| Nov 20, 2019
Read about the advantages of walking and suggestions for getting started on a walking exercise program.
Why Should You Have Physical Therapy for Arthritis?
Leython Williams, PT, DPT
| Oct 10, 2019
Learn how physical therapy can help maintain mobility and strengthen joints affected by arthritis.
Test Your Osteoarthritis Knowledge
Emmanuel Konstantakos, MD
| Oct 08, 2019
Find out the answers to your osteoarthritis questions.
Why Are Women More Prone to Osteoarthritis?
| May 16, 2019
Thousands of people are diagnosed with arthritis each year, however, women are disproportionately affected. Keep reading to find out why.
Is Arthritis Causing Your Back Pain?
| May 09, 2018
Spinal osteoarthritis is more common than you think. Find out if this condition is causing your back pain.
FDA Approves New Long-Lasting Steroid Shot
| Nov 13, 2017
Find out the two big advantages Zilretta offers over traditional steroid shots.
Fiber May Protect Against Knee Osteoarthritis
| Sep 11, 2017
A diet high in fiber has been shown to lower cholesterol and cut the risk of heart disease, but can it also lower the risk of knee osteoarthritis symptoms?
Crepitus May Be Early Warning Sign of Knee Arthritis
| Jul 05, 2017
Although occasional knee cracking is usually harmless, a study finds that frequent popping or grinding in the knee joint can foreshadow arthritis.
Experimental Injection May Be Able to Stop—Or Even Reverse—Osteoarthritis
| Jun 12, 2017
The use of UBX0101 as an injection is a promising potential therapy for osteoarthritis treatment in the future.
Many People with Arthritis Have a Fear of Exercise
| May 15, 2017
Although many people with osteoarthritis avoid exercise for fear of increased pain, there are several arthritis-friendly exercises that will help to alleviate osteoarthritis symptoms.
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