Arthrosis is Curable
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Degenerative arthrosis has become a widespread illness in the last decades – and patients are get- ting younger. While many still believe that the condition is not curable because cartilage cannot regenerate, new scientific findings show: cartilage can regenerate after all. For preventing and treating arthrosis, it is therefore decisively important to take the entire biological system of joints into account.
Dr. med. Bernhard Dickreiter is a specialist for internal medicine, for physical and rehabilitative medicine, and used to be chief of medicine at a clinic for physical rehabilitation.