Please see the index below for a list of all our articles on Osteoarthritis.

If you are new to the subject, we recommend starting with: What Is Osteoarthritis?

Certain sections and structures of the spine are more prone to damage from osteoarthritis, such as the L4-L5 vertebral segments, the L5-S1, and the C3-C7 segments.

The most common surgery to treat hip osteoarthritis is hip replacement, but there are other options such as hip resurfacing and osteotomy.

There are nonsurgical treatment options for shoulder osteoarthritis that can be done at home. Additionally, therapeutic injections and surgeries are also available.

Ankle osteoarthritis involves the loss of cartilage, which can lead to other changes that cause ankle pain such as inflammation and alterations to the bones.

Hip osteoarthritis can affect daily activities, with pain originating in changes in the hip’s cartilage, bone, and other soft tissues.