Our expert says:
A bone density will not really be appropriate to evaluate osteo-arthritis- it is done to look for osteoporosis. Your bone density may be excellent if you are a runner not overdoing it, but the jarring can be detrimental for the joints. If you have pain you can ask your GP to send you for x-rays and you can also do less high impact exercise, but I know this is difficult if you're a jogger!
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