Arthritis is a very common condition that affects people of all ages and from all stages of life, including children and arthritis affects mostly between the 30-50 age groups. This is a prospective interventional study aimed in monitoring the influence of non-pharmacological approach in patients with knee arthritis. The study was conducted for a time period of 11 months from March 2017 to January 2018 and approved by the institutional ethical committee to conduct in hospital out-patient setting in a tertiary care hospital. A total of 100 members were included in the study, 13 members were excluded from the study as the patients did not respond properly. Among 87 members 44 patients were set as Test and the remaining 43 members were set as control. Most of the subjects who are suffering knee arthritis are in mild-moderate stage. The counseling about non-pharmacological approach which includes dietary modification, life style modifications and exercises through this counseling, the subjects who are in the moderate to severe category, got shifted to mild-moderate stage. Subjects who are in mild-moderate stage were moved to satisfactory knee score in which they can do their normal activities somewhat better when compared to the previous. So finally, we conclude that counseling about non-pharmacological approach in subjects with knee arthritis, brought about statistically significant improvement among the test group when compared with control group.