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Osteoarthritis (OA) is a progressive disease and the earlier it’s diagnosed the better. In an effort to better manage OA, top experts are targeting improved diagnostic abilities, the monitoring of disease progression, and examining all options for treatment. Rheumatologists are looking at the...

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Over 100 million people in the world currently suffer from osteoarthritis, and that number is sure to go up as people get old, and weigh more. As reported in Scientific Reports, injections of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) into rodents’ knees appears to reverse the progression of osteoarthritis damage...

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According to the CDC, osteoarthritis (OA) affects over 32.5 million US adults. Patients with this chronic pain condition are often prescribed opioids, but with what efficacy? A recent study of patients with knee and/or hip OA examined the differences between strong and weak or intermediate opioids...

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From the Journal of Diabetes, Metabolic Disorders & Control:

Abstract: Diabetes mellitus comprises of metabolic diseases that are characterized by elevated levels of blood glucose or hyperglycaemia, which is a result of insulin deficiency, insulin resistance or both. Marked hyperglycaemia causes...

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Newswise — At age 33, Nick Clement’s knee pain had gotten so bad, he was seriously considering knee replacement surgery. But given his young age, he was concerned about how long a knee replacement would last.

He wanted to wait as long as possible, but four years of college soccer, a bad knee...

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Newswise — Hackensack University Medical Center recently performed the first total knee replacement surgery in the nation utilizing the TSolution One® Total Knee Application by THINK Surgical, Inc. after the groundbreaking technology received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval in...

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Newswise — Tired of living with painful arthritic knees, 54-year-old Deborah Brown’s interest was piqued when she saw a recruitment flyer for a clinical trial on an innovative pain treatment at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth).

“My knees feel like bone on bone,”...

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Newswise — Osteoarthritis can’t be ignored.

On a grand scale, it is the most common form of arthritis (which actually isn’t a specific disease but rather a general term for inflammation in a joint), accounting for more cases than all the other forms combined. It affects an estimated 31 million...

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The leading cause of pain and disability among older adults is musculoskeletal pain conditions, the most prevalent being knee osteoarthritis (OA). Knee OA has historically been viewed as a regional pain condition driven by peripheral input due to arthritis changes in the knee joint. Roger Fillingim...

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Musculoskeletal (MSK) pain conditions are the leading cause of disability worldwide, and this year’s American Pain Society track will explore the latest evidence addressing measurement, mechanisms, and management of MSK pain conditions. Among the most prevalent MSK pain conditions is knee...

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