A recent study published in the Australian Journal of Physiotherapy found that arthroscopic surgery in osteoarthritic knees offered no significant benefits, when used in conjunction with physical therapy and medications as opposed to physical therapy and medications alone.
The subjects of the study had moderate to severe OA of the knee and did not experience improvements in physical function, pain or health-related quality of life when arthroscopic surgery was added to their regimen of physical therapy and medications.
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