The inevitable process of getting older puts you at greater risk of falling. So does having osteoarthritis — especially in the hips and knees. Try these simple exercises to build balance and strength.
Who is a partial knee replacement for? Our expert explains which patients with knee osteoarthritis could benefit from this less invasive procedure.
If you’re suffering from knee osteoarthritis, a knee brace could help provide relief. Our expert explains the different kinds and who they’re best for.
Who should you see if you suspect you have arthritis? Our expert explains who will diagnose you and others who may help with your care.
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There are several surgical choices for wrist arthritis, including removing rows of bones, partial fusion, total fusion and wrist joint replacement. Our expert explains each.
No magic diet is going to make your arthritis disappear — whether it’s osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis or another form. But paying attention to what’s on you plate may help ease your symptoms.
There are a number of possible causes of shoulder pain, but the most common causes of shoulder pain are rotator cuff injuries, rotator cuff tears and osteoarthritis.
Different types of arthritis have different symptoms and treatments. Here, a rheumatologist fields common questions and misconceptions about arthritis.
If you have osteoarthritis that’s not well-controlled by nonsurgical treatments, shoulder replacement may be an option. Our orthopaedic surgeon explains.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Interventional cardiologist Leslie Cho, MD, answers this one about NSAIDs.