Joint Disease Risk Factors
The First Factor: People over 40s will start to experience some articular cartilage damages.
The Second Factor: Congenital anomalies of hips or knees
The Third Factor: Repetitive high impact exercise
The Fourth Factor: Rheumatoid arthritis, Ankylosing arthritis, joint infections or other bone diseases can increase risk
The Fifth Factor: Obesity
The Sixth Factor: History of joint injuries. Such as joint dislocation and joint fractures.
The Seventh Factor: Genetics
The Eighth Factor: Long-term steroid use
The Ninth Factor: Alcohol consumption
M.D.Prof. Keerati Charoencholvanich