Arthritis: It’s more serious than you think.
The pain and stiffness that comes with knee osteoarthritis, can make everyday activities difficult. So what about running and the impact on our knees? Below are some of the more frequently asked questions, related articles, and infographics that may be helpful to understanding the severity of knee osteoarthritis and how that may affect your decisions about your own physical activity.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1.How will strength training and physiotherapy help prolong the life of my knee joint or delay surgery?
Q2. What is good pain vs bad pain when running with knee osteoarthritis?
Q3. Should I wear a brace on my knee when I run?
Q4. Are there different types of running? If so, is one better than another for knee osteoarthritis?
Q5. Who could I turn to for more guidance on how to run properly if I am interested in running with my knee osteoarthritis?
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