In the News: March 2016

Even in patients with clinical signs of hip osteoarthritis (OA), an X-ray may not be able to definitively detect the condition. Gout is increasingly common, but now research shows that having the condition increases your risk of heart disease as well. Hip osteoarthritis (OA) progresses differently between African Americans and Caucasians, showed a study published in December 2015. If youre looking for relief from foot osteoarthritis (OA), slipping an orthoses into your shoes can offer an advantage over rocker-sole footwear.
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