Learn about the symptoms of osteoarthritis, why not all symptoms are the same, and how symptoms of different types of arthritis may be confused with osteoarthritis.
Swollen, creaky joints are a hallmark of osteoarthritis -- but they can also be mistaken for something else. Learn the signs of osteoarthritis and how it varies from person to person.
Patients who have osteoarthritis of the hip sometimes have problems walking. Diagnosis can be difficult at first.
Each foot has 28 bones and more than 30 joints. The following are the most common foot joints affected by osteoarthritis.
Here are answers to your questions about knee osteoarthritis, including how it's treated and what you can do at home to ease the pain.
The knee is a joint which has three parts. The thigh bone (femur) meets the large shin bone (tibia) forming the main knee joint. This joint has an inner (medial) and an outer (lateral) compartment.
Here's information about osteoarthritis of the hand, from what causes it to how it can be treated and how the pain can be managed.
Osteoarthritis of the spine is a breakdown of the cartilage of the joints and discs in the neck and lower back.
Your risk of developing osteoarthritis of the shoulder with its pain and physical limitations increases with age. But an injury, such as a dislocated shoulder, can lead to shoulder osteoarthritis even in young people.
Cervical spondylosis is also called cervical osteoarthritis. It is a condition involving changes to the bones, discs, and joints of the neck.