Knee pain can have a significant impact on your quality of life. Your knees are vital for a whole range of activities, from something as simple as sitting down to walking, bending and climbing stairs. Pain in the knee restricts your mobility and can curtail many different aspects of your life.
People with osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee should be encouraged to exercise more, a new study suggests.
A regular whole-body massage can help reduce pain and improve mobility in people with knee osteoarthritis (OA), new research reveals.
Musculoskeletal pain affects the joints, bones and muscles. According to the NHS, there are over 200 musculoskeletal conditions which affect one in four adults in the UK — impacting on quality of life for millions of people.
Clinic-based joint mobilisation combined with exercises carried out at home can effectively treat knee osteoarthritis, a new study shows.
Preventing or relieving pain sensitisation may help prevent the onset of persistent knee pain in people with osteoarthritis (OA), new research suggests.
The non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) naproxen is the most effective non-surgical treatment for knee osteoarthritis (OA), according to a new analysis.
Many more patients with osteoarthritis of the knee could benefit from having partial knee replacement rather than total knee replacement, new research reveals.
A new study is the first to compare the health benefits of walking the golf course versus using a motorised cart.
New research shows that a minimally invasive treatment reduces pain and disability in patients with knee osteoarthritis.