What is arthrosis? Arthrosis is a degenerative joint disease that, unlike arthritis, is not primarily inflammatory. Arthrosis is the term used to describe the progressive wear and tear of joints. The following changes occur as a result of the increasing loss of articular cartilage: The natural buffering function of healthy cartilage is lost and the bone beneath the cartilage is subjected to increased stress.
Frequently asked questions about arthrosis:
- What is the trigger for arthrosis ?
- What can you do about arthrosis ?
- What shouldn't you eat if you have arthrosis ?
- Can I find out for myself if I have arthrosis ?
- Is there a magic bullet against arthrosis?
- Does arthrosis have anything to do with age?
- How is arthrosis diagnosed?