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New exercise regimen demonstrates benefits for arthritis patients

06 January 2015

A new 12-week exercise regimen has been trialled in the US that has been shown to deliver significant benefits for adults with arthritis.

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New overseas study further underlines positive impact of total knee replacement

06 January 2015

A new study from the Dominican Republic has demonstrated the positive impact that total knee replacement can have on physical activity levels and overall experience in patients up to four years after surgery.

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Early osteoarthritis symptoms 'manifest during weight-bearing activities'

02 January 2015

Osteoarthritis-related knee pain has been found to be most likely to first appear during weight-bearing activities such as climbing stairs, suggesting this symptom could be used as a marker for early intervention strategies.

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New nerve stimulator implant 'offers new hope for rheumatoid arthritis'

24 December 2014

A new electronic nerve stimulator implant has been identified as a potentially significant breakthrough in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

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New pain medicine offers knee replacement surgery benefits

23 December 2014

A new long-acting pain relief medicine has been shown to offer faster recovery and higher patient satisfaction following knee replacement surgery.

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Mothers and daughters 'often display similar bone health markers'

19 December 2014

A new study has shown that postmenopausal women and their premenopausal daughters often have similar levels of bone turnover, affecting the familial risk of fracture risk.

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Inflammatory arthritis patients 'at higher risk of heart disease'

18 December 2014

A new Dutch study has demonstrated a higher risk of cardiovascular disease-related hospital admissions among patients with inflammatory arthritis.

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Meniscal lesions 'could be a predictor of osteoarthritis pain'

17 December 2014

The presence of meniscal lesions may be a strong predictor of neuropathic pain in symptomatic knee osteoarthritis, according to research.

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Anti-TNF therapies 'can improve remission rates for axial spondyloarthritis'

17 December 2014

Achieving partial remission in patients with non-radiographic axial spondyloarthritis is attainable through the use of anti-TNF therapies, according to a new study.

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Vitamin K2 'may help prevent and treat osteoporosis in postmenopausal women'

17 December 2014

Vitamin K2 could play a potentially important role in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women, according to Chinese researchers.

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