❇️ “Regular participation in physical activity, such as walking ≥6000 steps/day, reduces the risk of functional limitation in people

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❇️ “Regular participation in physical activity, such as walking ≥6000 steps/day, reduces the risk of functional limitation in people with knee OA.”

❇️ daily walking & TKR risk??‍♀️

If you are > 65 years old
➡️12% less likely to have TKR for each additional 1000 steps/day
&
➡️ 52% less likely to have TKR if you walk ≥ 6000 steps/day vs. those who don’t

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