persistent knee pain

Greater pain sensitivity found to increase risk of developing permanent knee pain

 There’s very little in life worse than constant, nagging pain in a certain part of your body, and if you’re not aware of that yet, consider yourself very lucky, because it can impact upon your entire lifestyle. And if the part of your body that’s affected happens to be your knee, you already know the […]

walking could delay need for knee replacement surgery

A brisk walk a day could delay need for knee replacement surgery

If you suffer from knee OA and you’re worried that walking across the park or leaving the car at home when you nip to the shops is going to make matters worse, then think again: a new study from America claims that if older adults with the ailment added a mere five minutes of brisk […]

knee replacement risks

Aspirin found to be effective for preventing blood clots after knee replacement surgery

It takes the edge off headaches, dulls toothache, makes period pains more manageable, helps you tackle colds and flu, and even be used to help prevent heart attacks and strokes. And according to a recent study from the University of Michigan, there’s a new use for the humble aspirin: as a cheap and effective replacement […]

total knee arthroplasty

Walking could be key to avoid total knee arthroplasty

When it comes to knee OA – along with every other medical issue – prevention is always better than cure, and anything which can keep people off the operating table is always worthy of attention. And a new report – from a study team at the University of Delaware – is another firm endorsement to […]

knee replacement surgery specialist

Could a glass of wine a day keep knee pain away?

If you’re unfortunate enough to be suffering from knee osteoarthritis, you know all too well that you’ll try anything to take the edge off the pain – and a new study from the Al-Rafidain University College in Baghdad attracted a lot of attention last month, as it claimed that a compound called resveratrol has the […]