Osteoarthritis: Realigning bad knees may prompt the body to generate cartilage again

Osteoarthritis is a wear-and-tear disorder marked by bone thickening and cartilage degeneration, an excruciatingly painful disability and a major cause of impaired mobility as people age. But scientists have begun viewing this form of arthritis differently with a deeper understanding of the disorder’s causes and an eye toward personalized medicine as a treatment option.

This article was originally published on MedicalXpress.com

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