Cartilage actually acts like a cushioning surface in the body and, when it's damaged, a person can actually have areas of a joint where bone rubs against bone.
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#1 May 12, 2014
Does anyone have osteoarthritis of the subtalar (heel) joint? Just curious, do you feel better in a shoe with a raised heel? I find that I feel better in about a 2 inch heel. Just wondering if anyone feels the same or maybe this will help someone.
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