You probably know someone who has been diagnosed with osteoarthritis. Typically, people observe the effects of the disease on a grandparent or elderly relative. But, osteoarthritis does not only affect the elderly. That's a common misconception.
Actually, osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis, affecting 27 million adults in the U.S. If you struggle with symptoms of osteoarthritis or have been recently diagnosed, you will want to learn more about the disease. Start with what newly-diagnosed osteoarthritis patients most want to know. Here are 6 Frequently Asked Questions About Osteoarthritis.
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