Cartilage damage helps detect osteoarthritis?

Cartilage damage helps detect osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis is the most common joint disorder and affects about one-third of older adults. New research suggests that cartilage damage […]

Osteoarthritis is the most common joint disorder and affects about one-third of older adults. New research suggests that cartilage damage from exercise may aid in early detection of osteoarthritis.

“We discovered that GAG-depleted tissue is most vulnerable to high rates of loading and not just the magnitude of the load. This finding suggests that people with early degradation of cartilage, even before such changes would be felt as pain, should be careful of dynamic activities such as running or jumping,” Grodzinsky was quoted as saying.

Source: ivanhoe.com

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