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Osteoarthritis is a progressive condition that affects all ages of people, but especially those over 50 years of age. It is the most common type of arthritis in the UK.
It cannot be cured, but the discomfort associated with this 'wear and tear' can often be relieved by chiropractic treatment, once the extent of the condition (and whether any joints have fused or not) has been determined.
The symptoms of osteoarthritis show huge variation from person to person but common symptoms include: pain in the joints (due to inflammation of tissues in and around the joint); reduced mobility, especially if the joint has been immobile for a while; cracking or popping noises coming from the joint affected; reduced joint mobility; and weakness and muscle wasting.