Geriatric patients are some of the most difficult seen in primary care, given their comorbidites, multiple drug regimens, and increased sensitivities. Here, get quick solutions to common problems and authoritative help with uncommon ones.
Knee osteoarthritis can trigger a series of clinical problems that set patients on the road to early frailty, especially if both knees are involved. It's prudent for their physicians to be on high alert for it.
Are your patients with knee osteoarthritis quietly avoiding exercise, fearing it will worsen their pain? A new randomized trial shows they are mistaken: It eases pain. Another trial shows how much walking helps -- literally how much.