rheumatology
Osteoarthritis

Physical activity will not accelerate knee OA joint damage: study

Fears held by people with early knee osteoarthritis that strenuous physical activity may accelerate joint damage have been dispelled by a prospective study. A ten-year follow up of people with mild knee pain and no radiographic evidence of knee OA found that participation in strenuous activities such as jogging, tennis or skiing had no effect ...

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