Practitioner 2008;252(1713):20-26

Exercise vital in patients with osteoarthritis

17 Dec 2008Pais-up subscribers

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most prevalent joint disease in the uk. it is a common cause of pain and disability and the main reason for hip and knee replacement. Three million GP consultations for OA took place in the UK in 2000, and with the ageing population this figure is set to increase.

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