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Golf Care Medical / Medical Treatment / Osteoarthritis

The pain of osteoarthritis, arthritis, rheumatism

Cervical and Dorsal Spondylosis

Cervical spondylosis affects the cartilages of the vertebral joints of the cervical spine. The joints wear out and the cartilage deteriorates with age and intensity of movement in the golfer.


Thoracolumbar Osteoarthritis

The thoracolumbar osteoarthritis affects the cartilages of the vertebral joints D1 to D12 and the vertebrae L1 to L5 of the vertebral column (cervical spine). You (she and he) start to get sick but you are in good company because there are many of you at the golf Club


Osteoarthritis of the knee

Gonarthrosis (Osteoarthritis of the knee) is the most common osteoarthritis after 40 years, but for the golfer, it takes a different dimension. Three large arthrosis in a small knee, between femur and tibia, femoro-tibial osteoarthritis, between femur, patella and tibia.


Osteoarthritis of the ankles

Osteoarthritis of the ankles is not common, but as for the knee, it greatly discomfort the golfer and adds to its causes all the cardiac and renal pathologies also causing the golfer to restrictions of his pleasure.