Middle-aged and elderly people taking up exercise shouldn't be put off by joint pain. It will pass.
The good old days.
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An examination of orthopedic surgery and knee replacement showed that higher payments were associated with markets dominated by a few large physician groups.
GPs have increased their test ordering by more than 50%. Imaging for back pain is one of the key culprits.
The evidence suggests too much medicine is doing us harm, particularly when treating knee pain, back pain, chest pain and screening for prostate cancer.
No more knees up for a while.
Musculoskeletal disorders are the second leading cause of disability worldwide. They affect joints, ligaments, muscles and nerves as well as the structures that support the limbs, neck and back. The most…