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Remedy to reduce work related arthritis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   i'm 29 yrs of age, married, weight 47 kgs & height 5.5...i've got knee pain if i sit for long hours. can you recommend diet for the same
Doctor :   i understand,
Doctor :   can i have yoiur occupational history
User :   i'm working for the last 8 years and involves working on computer for around 8-10 hours
Doctor :   i mean, are you physically active ?
User :   yes...
Doctor :   ok
User :   have to travel a bit, so some walking...not very much
Doctor :   i guess since you work on a computer , u need to do some stretching workouts in between your jobs
User :   ok, and any suggest on the diet front
Doctor :   there is no specific diet which can reduce knee pain or arthritis
Doctor :   but taking calcium and vitamin D tablets , will strenghen your body
User :   ok, so exercise will help?
Doctor :   definitely
Doctor :   going to a gym and working out, will definiteluy help
User :   ok, thank you doctor
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Doctor :   thanks for consulting me
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