Walking towards healthier knees

arthritis exercise, walk arthritis, knee arthritis, arthritis research, arthritis digestWalking for exercise can reduce new frequent knee pain in people aged 50 years and older who have knee osteoarthritis, says a new study. Furthermore, walking for exercise may be an effective treatment to slow the damage that occurs within the joint.

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Lipofilling may improve pain and function in finger arthritis

lipofilling, finger arthritis, arthritis treatment, arthritis hand pain, arthritis digest For people with painful finger osteoarthritis, the advent of a nonsurgical procedure called lipofilling could be welcome news. Lipofilling is when fat from another part of the body is transferred into arthritic joints. Research involving 18 people suggests the procedure produces lasting improvements in hand function and especially pain.

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