Osteoarthrosis

Osteo Arthrosis can affect any synovial (fluid) joint. Wear and tear erodes the hard cartilage which covers the joint surface. The hips, knees and fingers are commonly affected. If joint surfaces are incorrectly aligned then parts of the cartilage not built to take stress make contact. This can accelerate joint damage. Manual correction of joint position and strength and balance of muscle can alleviate symptoms such as pain and stiffness. With correct alignment joint degeneration may be slower. Damaged joint cartilage can not regenerate. Only symptomatic improvement can be achieved.

If you suspect you are suffering from osteoarthrosis and would like someone to identify the cause of your back pain and create the right plan to deliver the solution book an evaluation appointment on 020 7935 4750