Insoles provide little arthritis pain relief: review

by admin on August 20, 2013

By Genevra Pittman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Specially angled insoles may not do much to relieve pain for people with knee osteoarthritis, suggests a new review of past studies. Researchers found that across 12 trials, people who used so-called lateral wedge insoles rated their pain about two points lower on a 20-point scale than those who used flat insoles or none at all. But when the study …

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