Musculoskeletal health: Supportive shoes reduces knee pain in severe OA

Wearing stable, supportive footwear reduces knee pain significantly in patients with severe knee osteoarthritis, according to results of a randomised, controlled trial1 presented at the OARSI 2021 World Congress. Clinical guidelines for knee osteoarthritis (OA)2 emphasise the importance of patients self-managing their condition with exercise, weight control and appropriate footwear. However, there is limited evidence

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