Running injuries don’t have to be inevitable.
A technology that measures three-dimensional movement of the knee in real-time enables health professionals to make better assessments of the joint.
New treatment for osteoarthritis works in sheep and mice. Hopefully, human trials will start soon.
Running as nature intended might help prevent shin, foot, knee and ankle injuries.
Doctors tend to overestimate how good their treatments are and underestimate the harms that come from them. But many studies have shown knee arthroscopy to no more effective than fake surgery.