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New hope for osteoarthritis sufferers

World’s largest analysis of orthobiologics shows 70% improvement  New research into the largest number of studies on the effects of Orthobiologics shows that on average 70% of people who underwent

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60% of osteoarthritis patients experienced an improvement in pain after MFAT injections

First of a kind study evidences effectiveness of MFAT on pain and improved joint function 2 years after treatment In a significant discovery for the management of osteoarthritis, a team

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Multicentre observational study for the treatment of osteoarthritis of the thumb using Actimove® Rhizo Forte

Promotional feature The Actimove Rhizo Forte thumb orthosis is suitable for the treatment of painful osteoarthritis (OA) of the thumb of the saddle joint. The shape of the orthosis allows

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Who will benefit from a novel treatment for knee osteoarthritis?

Dr Jonathan Rees is a highly experienced consultant rheumatologist and sports physician. Having trained at several London teaching hospitals, he has previously worked as a consultant at the Defence Medical

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Articular cartilage can heal partially after injury – researchers found a new mechanism

Post-traumatic osteoarthritis is a musculoskeletal disorder shadowing especially the life of young and active population. Inhibition of cartilage damage progression with early intervention is crucial. To predict how an intervention

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Nasal cartilage relieves osteoarthritis in the knee

Cartilage cells from the nasal septum can not only help repair cartilage injuries in the knee, according to researchers from the University of Basel and the University Hospital of Basel,

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Study finds marked differences in the use of ankle replacements across six countries

A new study published in Foot and Ankle International reviews the use of ankle replacements across six countries to predict why there is a variance in their use, and to

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Target discovered that halts osteoarthritis-type knee cartilage degeneration

There is currently no cure for osteoarthritis, but a group of scientists believe they’ve discovered a method through which a simple knee injection could potentially stop the disease’s effects. These

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New Research Roadmap sets a course towards a cure for osteoporosis

The Royal Osteoporosis Society (ROS) has recently launched a new Research Roadmap for leading clinicians and academics to develop better treatment methods and work towards a cure for osteoporosis.  The publication

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New molecule repairs cartilage and relieves symptoms of osteoarthritis

A newly discovered molecule has been found to provide long-lasting regeneration of bone and cartilage defects, as well as symptom relief, and could potentially play a role in treating osteoarthritis,