Obese adults who have knee osteoarthritis can slow down their cartilage degeneration if they lose a lot of weight, a new study says.
In the last ten years, larger number of patients, age 80 and older had elective orthopedic surgery. These surgeries are generally safe with mortality rates decreasing for total hip and total knee replacement, according to a new study.
Partial knee replacement surgery is safer than total knee replacement, according to a new study.
Walking reduces risk of functional limitation associated with knee osteoarthritis (OA), according to a new study.
Knee arthroscopic surgery is often unnecessary and might not be effective in most of the cases, according to new research from Finnish researchers.
A new ligament in human brain has been discovered by two knee surgeons at University Hospitals Leuven. The discovered ligament might be related to patients with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears.
In a new study, researchers found that patients with osteoarthritis who wore mobility shoes for 24 weeks experienced improvements in their gait.
Researchers report that broccoli might be able to slow down or prevent arthritis.
Researchers found a relationship between the genes linked to obesity and aging, and the development of osteoarthritis.