When can I drive after my joint replacement? By Devin Conway and Lee E. Rubin
When can I drive after my total joint replacement” is one of the most common questions that patients ask their surgeons when undergoing a partial or total hip ...Read More
What is involved with Partial Hip Replacement Recovery?
Partial hip replacement surgery is recommended for patients who suffer chronic pain from arthritis or have sustained a specific kind of fracture of the femur, which is hard ...Read More
Do I Have Knee Arthritis?
Arthritis is an incredibly common problem both in the United States and around the world. Many arthritis sufferers do not have a formal diagnosis. They might suspect a ...Read More
The Severity of a Knee Fracture
Your knee is the largest joint in your body and can suffer an injury at several different places. In some cases, you can even fracture your kneecap. What ...Read More
The Importance of a Second Opinion
Hip and knee replacement and revision surgeries have become increasingly common, and are very successful at relieving pain and increasing mobility. If your surgeon has recommended this type ...Read More
How Long do Hip Replacements Last?
Over time, the materials used to form the new bearing surface in a hip replacement will rub against one another, resulting in wear and tear. They can also ...Read More
Maintaining a Healthy Weight Post Knee Surgery
Maintaining a healthy weight is an important aspect of maintaining the health of your body in general, but also can be a tremendous help to your bones and ...Read More
5 Things You Need to Know about Knee Surgery Recovery
When you undergo knee replacement surgery, you can expect relief from knee pain and other symptoms, as long as you make a full recovery. Knowing what to expect ...Read More
How Hip Replacement Can Help You Sleep
Moderate to severe hip pain affects your day-to-day activities and overall quality of life. Therapy and other non-surgical solutions help with pain temporarily but the relief may only ...Read More