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January 11, 2017

Why the Right Shoes for Osteoarthritis Are So Important

Shoes for Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) is characterized by the degeneration of cartilage within the body’s joints. Two of the more common joints to develop OA are the knees and hips, and ankle OA isn’t that uncommon either. In the later stages of osteoarthritis, when the cartilage wears away and the joints are left with the bones to rub against each other, all types of movement can be uncomfortable. This discomfort is even more noticeable in the hips, knees, and...

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