The skeletal system contains a wide variety of joints, including fibrous joints, cartilage joints, and synovial joints. These key physical points of connection between two bones are responsible for fundamental human movement and our body's stability, making joint health critical to our overall well being.

Like our bones, as we age, it is common for our joints to begin to wear down, sometimes making even the simplest movements, like turning a door knob, nearly impossible.

Bookmark this expansive joint health guide for access to the latest medical, fitness, nutrition, and lifestyle information, aimed at helping you increase stability and movement, and improve your quality of life.