In a new meta-analysis looking at non-surgical treatments for OA of the knee, the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) naproxen ranked most effective for reducing pain and improving function.
7 Steps to Avoiding Knee Pain
If you are considering arthroscopic surgery to fix knee pain from degenerative meniscus tears, you might want to hold off. Here’s why.
Knee replacement surgery can improve your quality of life and relieve pain—but it’s important to have realistic expectations.
You’ve tried everything else to relieve your joint pain. When is it time to consider surgery?
Knee buckling increases your risk of falling, and it’s particularly common in people who have arthritis or knee pain.
If you’ve had a knee replacement, here’s what you need to know about going through airport security with a metal joint.
Overly strenuous activity will affect the overall durability of your new knee. Here are the activities you should avoid after a knee replacement.
Learn what causes this painful swelling behind the knee and what you can do to find relief.
Growing older is the leading risk factor for osteoarthritis (OA), but obesity is another major cause of this common joint disease.
Should you use heat or ice to ease knee pain from osteoarthritis?