Women who frequently wear high heeled shoes may end up with osteoarthritis. The shoes shift the weight of the body and put added pressure on the knee joints, researchers have found. ...
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Is there an alternative way of dealing with osteoarthritis, specifically spondylitis? As you are no doubt aware, orthodox medicine has no answer. In fact, following an X-ray, which established tha ...
* First, avoid surgery by treating your osteoarthritis holistically (see box, p 10).
* Think twice if you are under 60. It’s likely that you’ll need a revision in your lifetime.
Arthritis is, in fact, an umbrella term used to refer to several different disorders. Among these are osteoarthritis, which involves the gradual loss of cartilage and overgrowth of bone in the joints, especially the knees,
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PUT ON YOUR HIGH-HEEL SHOES: They don't cause osteoarthritis