KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS

Knee arthritis or knee osteoarthritis names damage to the cartilage of the knee. It often begins with a roughness of the cartilage and ranges from tears through to cartilage decrease. As knee o
osteoarthritis progresses, cartilage increasingly loses its function as a buffer between the bones causing stiffness of the knee and finally loss of the knee joint.

LUXATING PATELLA

In case of a luxating patella, the patella (kneecap) slides out of its normal position. The luxating patella is also often called patella dislocation or kneecap dislocation. When a kneecap dislocates, bones, cartilage, and ligaments of the knee can be damaged. A subluxation of the patella is given if the patella slides out but returns quickly.

LUXATING PATELLA

In case of a luxating patella, the patella (kneecap) slides out of its normal position. The luxating patella is also often called patella dislocation or kneecap dislocation. When a kneecap dislocates, bones, cartilage, and ligaments of the knee can be damaged. A subluxation of the patella is given if the patella slides out but returns quickly.