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A study of a potentially groundbreaking therapy that could help prevent arthritis before it develops is to be launched in the UK.
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Patients who go home after knee replacement and receive physical therapy can experience similarly positive outcomes to those achieved in an inpatient rehabilitation facility, according to a US study.
A new study has shown that early imaging for back pain in older adults is generally not associated with better outcomes.
Keeping a daily pain diary following a serious back injury has been associated with significantly slower recovery rates by a new study, which calls into the question the value of this monitoring method.
University of Warwick research means early-stage osteoarthritis could soon be detected via blood tests.
New research suggests measuring biomechanical measures in the ankle joint can highlight patients who would benefit from wearing lateral wedge insoles.
New research has shed light on the relationship between low testosterone in men and osteoporosis.
A new study has revealed critically ill people with gout reacted well to treatment with the rheumatoid arthritis drug anakinra.
A new study suggests there may be a link between gum disease and rheumatoid arthritis.
NICE has opted not to recommend autologous chondrocyte implantation as a means of repairing knee cartilage defects in routine NHS practice, due to the need for more evidence to support its effectiveness.