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Muscle function and joint loading in older adults: Implications on age-related osteoarthritis, by Dr Lauri Stenroth (University of Eastern Finland)

24 October 2019 3:00pm4:00pm
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease mainly affecting older adults. The knee is the most commonly affected joint. Abnormal mechanical loading of the joint has been implicated as one of the main contributors to disease progression. Musculoskeletal simulations have provided insights on the potential role calf muscles have on knee joint loading suggesting that age-related decline in calf muscle function may be detrimental for knee joint health.

UQ Muscle Symposium

25 October 2019 8:30am3:00pm

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Human Movement and Sport Sciences at UQ ranked 1st in Australia and 2nd in the world according to the 2019 QS World University Rankings of Academic Performance. The School teaches in the interdisciplinary areas of human movement and nutrition, including clinical exercise physiology, sport and exercise sciences, physical activity and health, and sport and physical education.

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