London: Rise of the Internet and desk based jobs have been blamed for the latest in a line of joint ailments dubbed as `office-knee`, a UK study has found.Researchers found that more than a quarter of workers in UK are suffering from painful knee joints and doctors have attributed this to rising levels of obesity and desk-based jobs across all age groups.Those over the age of 55 suffer the most, with one in ten questioned claiming they are in constant pain, the `Daily Mail` reported.Almost a quarter of 1,600 workers aged 16 to 65 said they have been living with pain for up to two years.Sammy Margo, a spokesperson for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, said the rise of the Internet and desk based jobs are to blame for the phenomenon of `office knee`."I have seen a huge surge in the number of people with knee pain and it is down to the sedentary lifestyle people are leading now.
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