Arthritis is the inflammation of a joint. The most common cause is degeneration (wear and tear) of the joint cartilage. It usually occurs with aging or can develop prematurely following an injury. Large weight bearing joints such as the hip and knee are usually affected.

Reduced muscle flexibility, joint restriction, poor posture and excessive weight cause increase pressure on joints. This leads to degeneration of the joint cartilage on the most load-bearing side.

 The associated pain and stiffness is usually worse in the morning and can significantly limit your daily activities.

 We can help you feel better by:

  • Regaining normal function of muscle and joints to prevent premature degeneration sustained through injury
  • Reduce pressure on joint and ease pain and stiffness by improving muscle flexibility, joint mobility posture and muscle flexibility
  • Recommend the right supplements to try prevent further cartilage degeneration
  • Recommend specialist that performs non surgical procedures such as the injection of modern substances used in sports medicine
  • Improve your condition sufficiently to delay the need for a joint replacement (particular helpful in view of the regular advancements of prostheses)
  • Providing treatment and rehabilitation if you have already undergone a joint replacement
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