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Osteoporosis

Normal Knee


A healthy knee has articular cartilage lining the joint and synovial fluid that provides nutrition and cushioning to the cartilage in the knee. Synovial fluid provides a low-friction cushion and shock absorber by which the hard surfaces of the knee slide past each other. A person can experience compression forces several times their body weight in the knee so this shock absorber is very important. Kayakalpa marma specialized in treatments for osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.

However, because of age, genetics and/or injuries, arthritis of the knee can develop. Osteoporosis is a condition where the articular cartilage becomes damaged, broken down or worn away. This can lead to significant pain and impacts a patient’s everyday activities. In osteoarthritis, the synovial fluid can become less viscous and less elastic and can provide less shock absorption to the knee.

Knee osteoporosis symptoms tend to gradually progress as the condition worsens, however, symptoms may suddenly worsen with minor injury or overuse. Some patients report long episodes of mild symptoms, with sudden changes that increase the severity of their symptoms. Often patients report good months and bad months, or symptoms that fluctuate with the weather. This is important to understand because comparing the symptoms of knee osteoporosis on one particular day may not accurately represent the overall progression of the condition.

The most common symptoms of knee arthritis include:

Pain with activities

Limited range of motion

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Osteoporosis effected knee