Can a knee injury cause arthritis in a short time?

Answer Traumatic arthritis can result after a blunt-force knee injury that causes torn ligaments or a broken bone. Arthritis symptoms typically are not present immediately after the injury occurs but can ... Read More »

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ACL knee injury reoccurring for the 3rd time?

Ok here are the facts. Your knee has to handle 75% of your bodyweight every single day. If you are 20 years old that is 7300 days of hard labor. Add in the fact that you play sports AND... you inju... Read More »

If arthritis has affected the left knee will it affect other joints over a period of time?

it depends it osteoarthritis or rheumatoid?....osteoarthritis can start in an old injury doesn't" spread " per say , but most folks will end up with it in several places if they live lo... Read More »

What are the causes of knee arthritis?

According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), osteoarthritis of the knee typically occurs in knees that have experienced trauma, infection or injury. Other risk factors also in... Read More »

What are the treatments for knee arthritis?

Arthritis is a condition involving pain and deterioration in the body's joints. There are many diverse options for treating knee arthritis--both surgical and non-invasive--that can improve functio... Read More »