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Live Without Joint Pain

According to a US National Health Interview Survey, 28% of adults over age 20 have joint pain. Knees and hips are two of the most common sites of joint pain regardless of age or gender.

Although people of all ages experience joint pain, it's more common in older individuals. In the US, more than 2 out of every 5 adults over age 64 suffer from joint pain. Adults with joint pain are over 3 times more likely to say they are in fair or poor health than people with no joint pain.

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Complete our free assessment to determine either your knee or hip function. The profiler will also list some of the ways your pain may be impacting your daily life and suggest what your next steps might be.

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