Bone degeneration is characterized by the deterioration of articular cartilage casing the joints. Cartilage provides helps to free movement of joint without friction. Deterioration of the cartilage leads to the reduce in flexibility of joint movements and causes compressed nerve, inflammation, and pain. Bone degeneration is majorly occurs due to congenital disorders, injuries, diabetes, and obesity among others. Symptoms associated with bone degeneration include joint stiffness, numbness in case of bone spurs, pain in back, and joint inflammation. The slow loss of the articular cartilage that surrounds the joints is known as bone degeneration. Cartilage allows for friction-free movement of the joint hinges, and cartilage degeneration causes a reduction in joint flexibility, as well as inflammation, nerve compression, and pain. Bone degradation is increased by various illnesses such as traumas, congenital abnormalities, diabetes, and obesity, in addition to ageing.