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Knee Replacement

Knee Replacement Stretches

Exercise after knee replacement surgery is necessary for recovery. Following a specific program that addresses all the muscle grou...

Problems Following a Total Knee Replacement

Nearly 600,000 knee replacements are performed each year in the U.S. on patients whose knees have been severely damaged by arthrit...

Weight Loss Before a Knee Replacement

Orthopaedic surgeons perform approximately 581,000 knee replacements annually in the United States. Knees that have been severely ...

How to Return to Sports After Knee Joint Replacement Surgery

Knee joint replacement surgery involves inserting a strong, durable implant to replace a diseased or injured knee joint. While a k...

ACL Rehab Time for a Patella or Hamstring

Reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament -- commonly called the ACL -- in your knee includes the implantation of a new lig...

Advancements in Knee Replacements

Knee replacement procedure is a common orthopedic surgical procedure that is usually indicated for the intolerable pain and disabi...

Microfracture Knee Surgery Rehabilitation

Microfracture knee surgery is a major medical procedure to repair knee cartilage. As with any surgery done to repair an injury, pr...

Complications After Partial Knee Replacement

Partial or unicompartmental knee replacement is a surgical procedure used to increase knee function and alleviate chronic knee pai...

What Are the Symptoms of a Failing Knee Replacement?

Knee replacement surgery can be a life-enhancing procedure for those who suffer from chronic, disabling end-stage arthritis. Quali...

Rehabilitation From Tibial Plateau Knee Surgery

The tibial plateau is located on the upper surface of your tibia just below your kneecap. This region of your tibia is prone to fr...
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