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Is arthroscopic knee surgery recommended for moderate osteoarthritis?

Arthroscopic surgery is not good for moderate osteoarthritis of the knee, says Joseph Turk, MD, from Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center. Learn what that means if you have arthritis issues in this short video.

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