Coping with Ankle Arthritis

Before you consider surgery, try these simple strategies.


When it comes to arthritis, knees and hips get most of the attention. That makes sense, given that they are two of the joints most affected by osteoarthritis. The smaller ankle joint also carries its weight. When osteoarthritis pain and stiffness strike this hinged joint, it can be every bit as debilitating.

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