Arthritis In the Knee Joint? Now You Can Have a Pain Free and Active Life

There are three basic types of arthritis that may affect the knee joint.

Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of knee arthritis. OA is usually a slowly progressive degenerative disease in which the joint cartilage gradually wears away. It most often affects middle-aged and older people.

Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an inflammatory type of arthritis that can destroy the joint cartilage. RA can occur at any age. RA generally affects both knees.

Post-traumatic Arthritis
Post-traumatic arthritis can develop after an injury to the knee. This is similar to osteoarthritis and may develop years after a fracture, ligament injury, or meniscus tear.

Our physiotherapists can come to see you at home and give you exercises that help strengthen the knee as well as advise you on knee braces, which help you to walk and play sport without pain.  One particularly good brace is the Donjoy OA Assist Knee Brace, which can be bought by clicking here.

Completing exercises as directed by your physiotherapist and wearing a knee brace will help keep you pain free and able to lead an active life.

Are you looking to complete a physiotherapy programme for arthritis in your knee joint?  We are able to see you in your home, work place or hotel and can set up an initial appointment within 24 hours. Contact us today on 0207 884 0374 or email info@physiocomestoyou.com.

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