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How New Zealand's healthcare system is failing people with osteoarthritis

By J. Haxby Abbott, Research Professor, Director of the Centre for Musculoskeletal Outcomes Research, University of Otago
Ross Wilson, Research fellow, University of Otago
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Specific exercise therapy is the most recommended treatment for osteoarthritis, and it could save New Zealand's health system $20 million each year by reducing other costly and ineffective treatments.

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