Osteoarthritis of the knee and complementary medicines: how effective are they?
The treatments recommended by experts to control osteoarthritis of the knee include analgesics (pa
Living with OA of the knee more comfortably thanks to diet
Making a few changes to your diet can help relieve the symptoms of osteoarthritis of the knee (or gonarthrosis) and slow down its progression. Improving the balance of your diet and favouring joint-protecting foods is easy and really helps.
Osteoarthritis of the knee affects younger people too!
Contrary to popular belief, osteoarthritis of the knee (or gonarthrosis) is not just an age-related condition: it can be associated with inflammation, genetic or lifestyle factors and can develop in people under the age of 40.
Osteoarthritis of the knee: which sports are best?
You have osteoarthritis of the knee and would like to start, continue or resume a sports activity... but you are worried about being limited by your condition?
Osteoarthritis of the knee: the physiotherapist’s role
The effective treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee (or gonarthrosis) requires multidisciplinary management. Among the various healthcare professionals involved, the physiotherapist may play a particularly important role. But when is their input required?
Managing daily life with osteoarthritis of the knee
It can be difficult to live with osteoarthritis of the knee - also known as gonarthrosis - but it is possible to preserve your quality of life by making a few everyday adjustments.
Osteoarthritis of the knee: physical activity at the heart of its management
In osteoarthritis of the knee, regular and moderate physical activity is recommended to alleviate pain and improve mobility. Below are some tips to help you look after your knees by getting them moving.