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Managing your knee osteoarthritis (OA) doesn’t mean you have to stop living the life you want. From minimizing pain to staying connected, the resources on this page can help you remain active and healthy while living with knee OA.

Your Journey with Knee Osteoarthritis

All About OA

Joint pain is common, but you shouldn’t have to “grin and bear it”. There are many ways to manage joint pain so you can stay as active as you want to be.

What Is OA?

OA is the most common type of arthritis, especially among older people. OA symptoms vary by the individual. For most people, OA can get worse over time if you don’t address the pain.
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My OA Knee Journey

Early diagnosis and proactive therapies can help you stay physically active longer without joint pain. If you no longer get relief from these therapies for mild-to-moderate knee OA, hyaluronic acid (HA) injections might be right for you.

Living With OA

Although many people with OA experience chronic pain and functional limitations, resources are available to support you. Here are some good places to start:

Examples of low impact exercises

Weight Management
Weight Management

Losing weight isn’t easy, but it could mean a world of difference for joint pain. Weight loss might help relieve some of the stiffness, swelling, and pain in your… Read More ›

Connections Count
Connections Count

Coping with OA can be a challenge, resulting stress, depression, and reduced quality of life. Remember that you are not alone. Participating in a support group may help you… Read More ›

Nutrition Matters
Nutrition Matters

The foods you eat can affect your OA knee pain in a couple of ways. First, a balanced diet can contribute to successful weight management. In addition, certain foods can promote bone and joint… Read More ›

Patient Stories

My Knee OA Care

Knee osteoarthritis is a lifelong condition. While there is no cure, many treatment options are clinically proven to help successfully manage symptoms over the long run. The goals of treatment for knee osteoarthritis are to:

  • Decrease pain
  • Maintain or improve joint movement
  • Limit the loss of joint function as long as possible

Creating a Care Plan Just for You

No single therapy works for everybody, and treatments vary in terms of risks, side effects, and duration of benefits. It’s important to discuss all available options with your doctor. Many doctors will recommend a stepped-care plan for each stage of OA, an approach that includes a combination of different treatments.
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Other Resources

Looking for other information about OA therapies, education, and community events? Start with these organizations.

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