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Insoles no help for knee osteoarthritis

Posted August 21, 2013, 11:43 am Stephanie Watson, Executive Editor, Harvard Women's Health Watch Nearly a third of Americans will develop osteoarthritis of the knee before age 70. With no “cure” beside knee replacement on the horizon for this painful joint condition, relief often has to come from pain pills. Assistive devices such as wedge insoles are often prescribed as a less drastic, side effect-free treatment option. But do they really work? A…

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