Non-surgical management options for osteoarthritis are limited. Self directed exercise programs are the most effective.

Posted By: Richard Iorio, MD

Epidemiological research estimates that the lifetime risk of developing symptomatic knee osteoarthritis (OA) is 45%1. Because of the shifting demographics with an increasing percentage of the US population older than 65 years, the burden of KOA will continue to increase2, 3. Although a recent randomized controlled trial demonstrated that total knee replacement is more effective than nonsurgical treatment of end-stage knee OA4, effective nonsurgical treatments are required to manage knee OA until surgical intervention becomes medically necessary.

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Dietary Trends to Help you deal with Arthritis Symptoms

Posted By: Richard Iorio, MD

Diet can minimize the effects of arthritis by adding anti inflammatory foods and avoiding inflammatory substances which aggravate arthritis symptoms.

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