Knee Osteoarthritis May Be Caused By Other Factors
Knee Osteoarthritis affects a large percentage of people – and it is a degenerative condition, meaning that the symptoms of Knee Osteoarthritis can be relieved but there is no cure to counter the degeneration. New studies have shown that the development of Knee osteoarthritis may go beyond the common culprits such as weight and age. Other factors such as the surrounding environment and level of activity may play a part. Read more here
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