Osteoarthritis (OA) Pain & Treatment

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition where the articular cartilage of your joints gradually wears away, exposing the underlying bone. As the arthritis progresses, bony spurs also develop in and around your joints in response to the change in load distribution and biomechanics.


  • Better quality of life
  • Better walking gait
  • Decrease swelling and joint pain
  • Good night’s sleep


For most osteoarthritis (OA) patients the number of sessions needed will depend on the site and severity of cartilage damage. More complex issues may need more sessions. However, lifestyle improvements can be achieved within 5 – 6 sessions. If you have a serious condition or a progressively worsening condition, your course of rehabilitation may take longer.

Sometimes, your condition may rapidly get better, and you may notice a significant decrease in pain, range of motion, and strength within 3 – 4 sessions of physical therapy

At B-Fit, once the physiotherapist has gone through the initial phases of pain relief and your strength has returned sufficiently to do more complex exercises safely; you will move into the functional restoration phase of your post-op physiotherapy program.

If you are looking to return to an elite level of sport or need to be able to get down on the floor to play with your grandchildren, we have a return-to-sports program where our in-house personal coaches and physiotherapists collaborate to customise a plan for you. This will be done in our fully-equipped gym facility and is tailored according to your specific needs.

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