Daily Rx

  • Osteoarthritis after ACL surgery

    Your anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, is one of four ligaments in the knee. If your ACL tears, you may need surgery. Unfortunately, many patients develop osteoarthritis after surgery, regardless of the type of surgery.

    Patients who have undergone single bundle ACL reconstruction surgery may not have a greater osteoarthritis risk than those who have undergone double bundle ACL reconstruction.

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  • Low Rates of Knee Arthritis in Women

    Knee osteoarthritis is one of the main health burdens in the United States. Because of this condition, there is a need to better understand the course of disease to prevent and slow knee arthritis.

    Middle-age women develop osteoarthritis at fairly low rates. However, in women who already have the condition, symptoms are likely to get worse within 15 years.

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