Study sheds light on early symptoms of osteoarthritis

08/27/2014 | MedWire News (U.K.)

U.K. researchers said knee pain while bending or climbing may be an early indication of osteoarthritis that could allow treatment before patients experience structural damage. An analysis of study data found people were most likely to report pain from climbing steps as their first knee pain indication, followed by walking and standing, the study team reported in Arthritis Care and Research.

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