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Osteoarthritis Blog Posts
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.
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.
The Benefits of Prolotherapy Injections for Knee Osteoarthritis
| Dec 08, 2016
Prolotherapy is a relatively new injection option that relies on joint inflammation to stimulate growth and healing in damaged tissues.
What Are Lumbar Osteophytes (Bone Spurs)?
| Dec 07, 2016
When joint cartilage degenerates, bone spurs (or osteophytes) may develop on the damaged joint. Learn what happens when they form in the lumbar spine.
5 Risk Factors for Hip Arthritis
| Aug 25, 2016
No one knows for sure what causes hip osteoarthritis. But research has shown that these 5 factors can raise your risk.
When Is Joint Revision Surgery Needed?
| Jun 15, 2016
Most joint replacements last years without any problems. But as joint replacement patients get younger, an increasing number of people may need a second joint replacement, known as a joint revision surgery.
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