Joint Damage From Sports Injuries
Sports Injuries Can Lead to Chronic Problem Years Later
As a team of orthopaedists and rehabilitation specialists from the University of Iowa explained, “Recent research suggests that acute joint damage that occurs at the time of an injury initiates a sequence of events that can lead to progressive articular surface damage.”
Arthritis, a degenerative joint disease commonly associated with the elderly can also happen to the young. For instance, when you sustain a knee injury and it is not adequately managed and recovered, arthritis is often apparent within a decade.
Read to find out more here. “When sports injuries lead to arthritis in joints“
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