Knees Feeling the Effects of a Long Summer? Consider Knee Cartilage Reconstruction

Whether you are a major league catcher or a green-thumbed gardener, you will likely be feeling the effects of an active summer season in your knees. Over time, excessive bending and stretching can wear down the cartilage in your knees, leaving them susceptible to inflammation and arthritic pain. Certain hobbies and habits are more likely…

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What Can You Expect After Total Knee Replacement?

  Your post-surgical capabilities depend on your pre-surgical fitness level, your rehab, and which sports or activities you intend to resume. Total knee replacement (TKR) is one of the most popular procedures in orthopedic and sports medicine, enabling millions of people to resume an active life. For many patients, it can seem like a miracle….

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Knee Injections: How to Reduce Pain & Inflammation

If you have a chronic condition – such as arthritis – that causes pain and inflammation in the knee, it can be difficult to complete everyday tasks without enduring significant discomfort. Methods to Reduce Knee Pain & Inflammation One of the ways to relieve these debilitating symptoms is to have treatment injected directly into the…

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Vehicle Accident Victims Need a Long-Term Outlook

While there are a number of injuries that can result from a vehicle accident, a few principles should guide the patient. First, don’t dismiss those nagging aches and pains. Vehicle accidents, while their numbers have been falling over the past few decades, are still a common cause of neck and back injuries as well as a…

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