Both – osteoarthritis & osteoporosis – are our most ‘modern’ musculoskeletal diseases affecting our bones and joints. They are still different to understand – and to prevent. Scientifically verified. Read on to learn about the details.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
At first glance, there is no difference between osteoarthritis & osteoporosis. Since both health issues are affecting our musculoskeletal system. I.e. – to be more precise – our bones/cartilage/joints/muscles/ligaments.
Not only this., both medical issues have same impact in terms of pain, as well as on social life and the quality of life in general.
While, statistically, both conditions happen in second half of life, osteoporosis is more frequent in females. Although younger people may also be affected by osteoarthritis in case they have a genetic defect of their cartilage.
LEARN ABOUT THE DIFFERENCE – BASED ON SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
Still, there is a difference between both osteopathic conditions you should know in case you are affected by one of those.
Based on research at, inter alia, the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Gazi University in Turkey’s capital of Ankara.
With special reference in the U.S. according to the governmental National Institute of Arthritic and Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease.
Unlike osteoporosis which affects the strength and consistency of our bones, osteoarthritis may also change the shape of our bones. Yet, basically it is related to potential breakdown of our joints.
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This medical situation becomes relevant when the bones are getting brittle to break, quicker than the body can rebuild it.
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