Would you like to join a newly-developed and growing online community forum designed by researchers for people with persistent knee pain? The My Knee Community is a place to share experiences and discuss tips for living with knee pain.
Knee pain due to osteoarthritis is a joint condition that can cause chronic (persistent) knee joint pain and make certain daily activities more difficult. There are many things you can do to help with your osteoarthritis knee pain and the outlook for most people with knee pain is very positive. With the correct approach there is every chance you will be able to keep doing all the things you enjoy and that are important to you.
- Share and learn from the experiences of others managing their knee pain.
- The My Knee Community forum is moderated by expert health professionals and includes knee osteoarthritis research updates.
My Knee Community was created by researchers (Dr Thorlene Egerton) at the University of Melbourne in collaboration with ... It was funded by a National Health and Medical Research Council grant.
Take part in our other research projects
Modified Yoga Exercise (COPE)
This study is comparing the effects of online education to a modified yoga exercise program for managing osteoarthritis symptoms.
Musculoskeletal pain treatment pathways (PACE)
This study is comparing the treatment pathways provided in primary and specialist care to advance understanding of recovery from musculoskeletal conditions
Exercise for Hip Pain (PHOENIX)
This study is comparing the effects of two different 9-month exercise programs on hip osteoarthritis symptoms.
Physiotherapists' Survey: Managing Hip Pain (CHASE)
This study is examining how physiotherapists manage chronic hip pain.
Osteoarthritis Knowledge Survey (OAKS)
This study is examining people's knowledge of hip and knee osteoarthritis.
Athletic footwear for reducing knee loads in girls and women
This study is assessing athletic footwear for reducing knee loads in female netball players.
Ankle sprains in netball
This study is investigating ankle sprains and chronic ankle instability in netball.