Joint Pain caused due to cartilage degeneration leads to osteoarthritis. It is the most common pain and stiffness that occurs in people after 50’s. It is caused due to wear and tear in the underlying bone that results in pain in hip, knee and thumb joints. The first signs are achy joints after physical activity.
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Arthritis is joint pain in hip, knees, shoulders with other symptoms of inflammation, stiffness, and decreased the range of motion. ...Read more
Osteoarthritis is known as a disease of joints, usually takes place due to deterioration of joint cartilage and underlying bone which starts at the age of 30 to 50. It causes radiating pain, stiffness especially in hip, knee and thumb joints....Read more
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