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Walking Tips for Knee OA

Exercising to help with your knee pain may feel counterintuitive, and in the first instance can feel like it is causing you more pain. However, in the long-term, walking can help with your OA symptoms.


Where is your knee pain? And what does this mean?

Knee osteoarthritis is one of the main causes of knee pain, but it is not the only reason. Knowing where your pain is coming from can help to identify the cause so you can consult with a medical professional to help you find the best possible treatment plan.


Effects of Chronic Stress on Knee Osteoarthritis

Stress is a continuous struggle we experience and can affect our everyday lives. In the short-term it can make you alert and proactive, but in the long-term chronic stress can have a negative impact on your health.


Knee OA and Diabetes: Risk Factors

Cardiovascular and metabolic diseases constitute high-risk factors for knee joint damage. Diabetes is a condition that can have negative effects on your body, especially when combined with osteoarthritis.


How Can Smoking Affect My Knee Osteoarthritis?

Smoking is perhaps the number one habit that severely impacts the progression of knee osteoarthritis. This blog summarises the current clinical findings, and includes tips and actionable tools to quit smoking.

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