Following are main risk factors for knee arthritis
Your risk of knee osteoarthritis increases as you age,
starting at about age 45 and levelling off after age 75.
Excess Over Weight -:
This is one of the biggest risk factors for knee arthritis
and the one you have the most power to change.
Women are at higher risk for knee osteoarthritis than men.
A family history can raise your risk, so if you had a parent who
developed osteoarthritis, chances are greater that you will too.
A knee injury can leave you more vulnerable to future
arthritis, even years later.