A human body has different kinds of bones, which are connected with each other at junctions called joints. These joints support movement and help to maintain stability of the body. They make it easier for us to carry our daily functions like moving, running, jumping, twisting and turning.
But with age, the joints go through normal wearing and tearing. They become stiffer and less flexible due to reduction in the amount of lubricating fluid inside the joints. This increases the risk of injury and knee pain. For the joints to remain healthier later in life, it is important to take precautionary measures right from the beginning.