Knee pain is one of the common symptoms experienced in daily life, and many of Phiten's customers suffer from it. The causes of knee pain are diverse, and it is important to understand the cause of the pain in order to take appropriate measures. Get ready to uncover the main causes of knee pain in our upcoming newsletter series.

Osteoarthritis - Common in people over 50

Knee osteoarthritis is a common degenerative joint disease that affects millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by the gradual breakdown of the cartilage in the knee joint, leading to pain, stiffness, and loss of mobility. Knee osteoarthritis typically develops in individuals over the age of 50, although it can occur at any age.

The exact cause of knee osteoarthritis is not fully understood, but it is thought to be a combination of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. Some of the risk factors associated with the development of knee osteoarthritis include obesity, repetitive stress on the knee joint, previous knee injuries or surgeries, and a family history of the disease.

Symptoms of knee osteoarthritis may include pain, stiffness, swelling, and decreased range of motion in the affected joint. The pain may be worse during or after activity and may improve with rest. In some cases, a grinding or popping sensation may be felt when moving the knee joint.

Diagnosis of knee osteoarthritis typically involves a physical examination, medical history review, and imaging tests such as X-rays or MRI. Treatment options for knee osteoarthritis may include medications to manage pain and inflammation, physical therapy to improve joint flexibility and strength, and in some cases, surgery to repair or replace the affected joint.

In addition to medical treatment, lifestyle changes such as maintaining a healthy weight, engaging in regular exercise, and avoiding activities that put excessive stress on the knee joint may help to reduce the symptoms of knee osteoarthritis and slow the progression of the disease.

Overall, while knee osteoarthritis can be a challenging condition to manage, there are many effective treatment options available to help individuals maintain their mobility and quality of life. It is important for individuals experiencing symptoms of knee osteoarthritis to seek medical advice from a healthcare professional.


Symptom check:

□ Pain occurs when starting to move the knee (such as getting up or starting to walk)

□ Difficulty bending and straightening the knee due to pain (such as sitting on the floor and going up and down the stairs)

□ Accumulation of fluid in the knee

People with these symptoms should be careful!

□ Age 50 or older (especially those who do not exercise much)

□ Female (the number of patients those affected is roughly double that of males)

□ Obesity

□ Past knee injuries (meniscus damage, ligament damage, fracture)



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Individual results may vary significantly. Not all users will experience the intended benefits of Phiten products, and individuals must try for themselves to see whether it works for them. 

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