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Dr. Popovitz in Newsday Regarding Shoe Inserts

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“Orthopedists always thought that these inserts wouldn’t make much of a difference,” said Dr. Leon Popovitz, an orthopedic surgeon at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. “It’s good this study ultimately¬†proved it.”

Once the arthritis develops to the point where there is uneven pressure in the joint, or uneven wearing in the joint, using shoe inserts or a brace on the knee to balance the pressure will not make a difference, Popovitz said.

Read the full HealthDay report in Newsday, quoting Dr. Popovitz, titled “Shoe Inserts Don’t Help Arthritic Knee Pain: Study.”

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