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Can osteoarthritis be prevented?
Thanks to the major advances made in understanding the mechanisms at the root of the osteoarthritis disease. Today osteoarthritis is no longer considered as simple wear and tear of cartilage.
Osteoarthritis clinical examination
The diagnosis of osteoarthritis is primarily clinical, made on the basis of simple elements found in questioning and the patient physical examination.
Pharmacological osteoarthritis treatments
The management of osteoarthritis is based on non-drug methods and a pharmacological treatment.
Non-pharmacological osteoarthritis treatments
Several non-pharmacological treatments have a significant symptomatic benefit in osteoarthritis.
Osteoarthritis treatments according to the joint
The implementation of the pharmacological and non-pharmacological therapeutic tools currently available to fight against osteoarthritis must be done in a way that is adapted to the patient and according to the joint involved.
Osteoarthritis diagnosis with standard X-rays
The X-rays are used to find the aetiological factors of osteoarthritis such as dysplasia for the hip, chondrocalcinosis, traumatic after-effects, etc. and signs of complications such as secondary synovial osteochondromatosis.
Genetics and osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis is a multifactorial disease but all patients are not equal in relation to the disease because each individual’s genetics is responsible for how he or she adapts to his or her environment.