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There is a lot of information and support available online (see our helpful links), so carry on reading about this relatively common condition and make sure your quality of life is as good as it can possibly be. Good luck!

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What should I do if I think I have knee OA ?

If you think you may have osteoarthritis of the knee, the first and most important step is to talk with your doctor.We have some helpful tips and information for you:

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Talking to your doctor

Read through the conversation guide below before you go to your first appointment to talk about knee pain. It is a good idea to make a record of how and when the pain is affecting you before you go.

  • When the pain first started
  • A description of where and how often the pain affects you at present
  • If certain types of activities make it worse (or better)
  • What kind of life you led before the pain started (and whether your work affected you physically)
  • How the pain is affecting your life now
  • Information about any previous injury
  • Might OA be causing my knee pain?
  • Why does it hurt?
  • How can I reduce the pain?
  • Might a knee brace assist me?
  • Will I need any special tests or maybe even surgery?
  • Should I take any medication and if so, which one(s) and what will they help with? Are there side effects?
  • Do I need to change or stop any of my activities?
  • Is there anything else I can do to improve the condition of my knee(s) or reduce the pain?

Where to go

We have multiple spine and joint centres accross Malaysia.

Klang Valley

Physio & Rehab Studio

Level 1A, Kiara Walk @ Kiara Designer Suites,
No 18 Jalan Kiara 3, Mont Kiara,
50480 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 603 2303 9902

Impian Orto Medik Sdn Bhd

H-1-5 Parklane Commercial Hub, Jalan SS 7/26 Kelana Jaya,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Tel: +60 123122658

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