Knee Arthritus

Were you looking for information about Knee Osteoarthritis? Knee arthritus is a common misspelling and variation of knee osteoarthritis.
 
You are most likely to develop osteoarthritis in the large weight-bearing joints of your body, such as the knees. Growing older is what most often puts you at risk for knee osteoarthritis, but the condition can also be linked with being overweight or having weak thigh muscles. Osteoarthritis of the knee can cause problems with moving the joints and may also lead to disability. Although there is currently no cure for knee osteoarthritis, treatment options are available.
 
(Click Knee Osteoarthritis for more information on the possible causes, symptoms, treatment options, and prevention methods for this condition. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
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