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Article of the Week

Every Monday we publish an easy to digest analysis and interpretation of a latest high impact article focussing on clinical implications. You can read a snapshot of one of the articles of the week below and find out more too!

Age and BMI Are Not Associated with Fatigue in Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis | Article of The Week #41

Osteoarthritis is the most common chronic condition of the joints and is something we all see everyday in clinical practice. The condition can manifest in any joint but is most commonly occurring in the knees and hips. This is reflected in the fact that OA in these joints is expected to be the 9th leading cause of years lived with disability by 2030.

Joint pain is the hallmark sign of osteoarthritis and arguably the leading cause of disability but the way we consider diasbility in arthritis is changing. Fatigue has recently emerged as an important and prevalent symptom for people living with osteoarthritis and could be big contributor to the high rates of disability associated with the condition. This leads to the immediate question – how do we treat fatigue in OA?

Explore Fatigue in OA with Article of The Week