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Surgeons say the Calypso device can help relieve pain for people with osteoarthritis in their inner knee region.

There may be some help coming for the estimated 31 million Americans who suffer from osteoarthritis. A new device may offer relief from knee pain without replacement surgery.

Surgeons at The Ohio State University (OSU) Wexner Medical Center say they have just completed the first successful implant of the Calypso Knee System, a shock absorber that protects the knee, relieves pressure, and acts as a cushion similar to way the cartilage functions in a healthy joint.

Source: Healthline

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