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Galectins could be biomarkers for future OA treatment approaches.
The potential use of pes anserine corticosteroid injections to treat chronic knee pain in overweight women with and without osteoarthritis.
Researchers identified domains used to define acute events in other conditions to synthesize a definition of knee OA flares.
This CINGAL clinical trial is one of many to demonstrate the efficiency of the knee osteoarthritis treatment.
A look at patient outcomes and chronic pain relief after using orthobiologic therapy.
Zilretta is shown to reduce pain in patients with moderate to severe knee osteoarthritis.
Learn how the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA/DoD) recommendations for nonsurgical treatments for osteoarthritis stack up.
Learn how rapid developments in the field of pain neurobiology is shedding light on the causes of osteoarthritis pain.
Dr. Ajay Wasan speaks with Practical Pain Management to discuss the increased risk for depression, anxiety, pain catastrophizing, and sleep problems among patients with osteoarthritis.
Patients often rank their osteoarthritis as more severe than physicians' assessment. Find out why.
Patients with osteoarthritis are affected by both peripheral structural and joint changes, but also be central pain sensitization.
Practical Pain Management's Editorial Board lend their Tips for the Management of Osteoarthritis. Learn what the expert do to manage this common condition.
Practical guide to osteoarthritis (OA) of the spine, hand, hip, knee, and ankle, written by experts in the field. Learn more about the symptoms and diagnosis of OA.
Inflammation, wear and tear, aging—all these are common causes of osteoarthritis, one of the most common chronic pain conditions seen today. Forest Tennant, MD, DrPH, introduces our Practical Guide to Osteoarthrtis.
Read about new research on the effectiveness of massage for knee osteoarthritis.