All about osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis accounts for more than 25% of all arthritis-related healthcare visits.

An overview of osteoarthritis

The joint is a mechanism of movable bone connections. An elastic thin covering of hyaline cartilage covers the articular endings

Patients over 60: 4 most common complaints

It’s no secret that the ageing process presents its own unique set of health concerns.

Osteoporosis and fractures

Because the patient is often asymptomatic before the fracture occurs, osteoporosis is referred to as a “silent disease”.

Arthritis in children: a surprising condition

While no cure exists for the disease arthritis can be managed so that the patient’s physical development and growth can continue as it should.

Hot vs cold therapy

Different types of injuries require different types of treatment.

Gout: patients’ top 4 questions

Gout causes pain and swelling in affected joints, and if left untreated can cause irreversible damage.

Osteoarthritis 101

WHAT IS OSTEOARTHRITIS? Osteoarthritis is a disease that primarily affects the cartilage lining of the joints and the bones associated

Get to grips with gout

CAUSES The uric acid excess (hyperuricemia) can be caused by the following: Production of uric acid: An over-production of uric

UC-II and osteoarthritis

Undenatured type II collagen administered orally works with a healthy immune system to promote healthy joints by a process called oral tolerisation.

What you missed at the World Congress on Osteoporosis 2018

CHALLENGES IN DIAGNOSIS OF OSTEOPOROSIS IN THE YOUNG Below, Dr Zane Stevens of the Cape Institute of Endocrinology and Stellenbosch