AAOS Introduces OA Knee AUC

Focus is on treatments other than arthroplasty

Mary Ann Porucznik

When a patient has end-stage osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee, joint replacement is the ultimate treatment. But before a patient reaches that point, clinicians have numerous other treatment options—and many can be very helpful in reducing pain, improving function, and delaying or occasionally even precluding the need for arthroplasty.

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