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Thanks to the joints it is possible to move properly and freely. The joints, however, are prone to injuries that can lead to various types of degeneration. Check that your joints are in good condition.
Joint problems may have various causes - from degenerative changes with age, through injuries and overstrain, deformities, to infectious or systemic diseases.
The most common diseases include degenerative changes in the joints, which affect over 60% of people. people over 50 years of age. Injuries and degenerations also cause patients to rheumatologists, traumatologists and orthopedists. The growing problem of arthrosis is due to the fact that we live longer and longer, so there is a bit more time for the degenerative changes to take place. Athletes who, at the age of 40-45, have joints as damaged as other people at the age of 80 due to their excessive use are also a big challenge for doctors.
Osteoarthritis develops slowly. In order to stop it, one must not delay treatment. Are your joints he althy?
Pain or joint disability should get our attention. At the first signs of ailment, you should seek specialist help from a specialist doctor in order to prevent further impairment of the joint efficiency.