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Free Hip and Knee Joint Health Assessment

Living with joint pain can cause you to give up activities you love or miss out on things you enjoy. If you're living with hip and knee joint pain, it's time to take the first step toward better joint health with our free online assessment.

Our assessment is quick and easy and only takes a few minutes to complete, where you'll answer a few questions about your joint pain and overall health.

At the end of the assessment, you will receive a personalized joint health report that will help you:

  • Assess your current joint health
  • Identify risk factors that may be contributing to your pain
  • Learn what steps you can take to reduce your risk for chronic joint conditions like osteoarthritis
  • Understand what you can do to address your joint pain and get back to living life without joint pain

You'll also receive tips to help you manage your health based on the information you provide in the assessment.

Share your results with your doctor to learn what else you can do to free yourself from hip and knee pain.


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