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Topic: osteoarthritis

Arthritis, a condition characterised by joint pain and stiffness, affects millions of people worldwide. Despite its widespread prevalence, there's much we can do to reduce the risk of developing this debilitating condition, or manage its symptoms if already diagnosed. read more about How to reduce your risk of arthritis
While arthritis can be challenging to manage, there are proactive steps one can take to reduce its onset and alleviate symptoms. In this comprehensive article, we will delve into the key strategies and lifestyle choices that can help prevent arthritis and improve joint health. read more about 39 Things You Can Do To Help Prevent Arthritis
It’s commonly known that exercise can be beneficial for all aspects of our health. From improving general health, maintaining a healthy weight and improving mental health, it can help prevent serious conditions such as strokes and high blood pressure. read more about How exercise can minimise arthritis joint pain
Many people take extreme pleasure from gardening. Pottering around the garden, making it look beautiful so that you can enjoy the fruits of your labour and relax surrounded by nature may be one of your favourite pastimes. But regular weeding, digging, planting, hedge trimming and mowing can cause lower back pain. This pain can become so severe that it prevents you from getting out into the garden and doing what you love. read more about Reducing back pain caused by gardening: 11 tips from the physios
A shoulder replacement can be a life-changing operation and in 2019 there were over 7000 carried out in the UK alone. It can significantly improve your quality of life and can help with persistent shoulder pain that can stop you doing the things you love. read more about 6 top tips to help recovery after your shoulder replacement
Arthritis is a medical condition that affects the joints, causing pain and inflammation. It’s a common condition, impacting more than 10 million people in the UK. read more about Arthritis and exercise
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis in the UK. It’s a chronic, debilitating condition that affects over 9 million people. read more about Osteoarthritis in young people: it doesn’t just affect the elderly
If you’re suffering with shoulder pain, it can be difficult to know what you should do about it. Some shoulder pain improves with simple rest. Other types of pain require treatment or physiotherapy in order to improve while some pain is a sign that you will benefit from shoulder surgery. read more about Things to consider before opting for shoulder surgery