Fox NewsIn a nationally syndicated story, Dr. Karkare was quoted by Fox News. The story is titled “Be well: 6 tips to preserve your knees as long as possible after an arthritis diagnosis”.

From the story:

About one in four U.S. adults has been diagnosed with arthritis, according to the CDC — and the knee is the joint that is most commonly affected. With arthritis of the knee, the cartilage gradually breaks down until bone is rubbing directly on bone. “When the bones in the knee joint rub together, it causes friction that makes the knees hurt, become stiff or swell,” said Dr. Nakul Karkare, a joint replacement surgeon at Complete Orthopedics in New York.

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