Exercises After Total Hip Replacement

Exercises After Total Hip Replacement Regular exercises to restore your normal hip motion and strength and a gradual return to everyday activities are important for your full recovery. Your orthopaedic surgeon and physical therapist may recommend that you exercise 20 to 30 minutes 2 or 3 times a day during your early recovery. They may […]

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The Functions Of A Natural Knee With Implants

Types Of Knee Implants Multiple types of knee implants are available for different types of knee replacement, types of patients, and preferences of surgeons. Total knee replacement implants replace your arthritic or damaged knee joint eliminating bearing surfaces that are causing you pain. Based upon your age and lifestyle, there are several design options to […]

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Say Goodbye To Pain Arthritis With Magic Rules

Move To Help Prevent Joint Pain Keep joints healthy by keeping them moving. The more you move, the less stiffness you’ll have. Whether you’re reading, working, or watching TV, change positions often. Take breaks from your desk or chair and move around. Protect Your Body And Joints Injury can damage joints. So protecting them your […]

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Do’s And Don’ts Fighting Knee Pain

Do’s And Don’ts Fighting Knee Pain There are many things you can do to help knee pain, whether it’s due to a recent injury or arthritis you’ve had for years. Follow these 11 dos and don’ts to help your knees feel their best. Don’t Rest Too Much Too much rest can weaken your muscles, which […]

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Senator John Kerry Undergoes Hip Replacement

Senator John Kerry Undergoes Hip Replacement Massachusetts Senator, John Kerry has undergone left hip replacement surgery. The surgery, performed by Dr. Dennis Burke at Massachusetts General Hospital, was actually the second hip the 66 year old Kerry has had replaced. He had his right hip replaced in August by the same physician, and said he […]

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What people with arthritis should know…

Arthritis Diet There is no established arthritis diet plan. What works for one person may not work for someone else. Trial and error will determine which foods you need to eliminate. In general, arthritis patients have to maintain a healthy body weight and eat a balanced diet. A proper diet can control and cure arthritis. […]

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Effect of Static electrical stimulation and exercise in the treatment of Chondromalacia patellae

Physicaltherapy For Chondromalacia Patellae Physicaltherapy is helpful To increase quadriceps strength and decrease swelling and pain. Patient education is an important part of treatment because chondromalacia patella is a chronic condition. The aim of rehabilitation for patellar chondromalacia is to control symptoms and increase function. Rehabilitation of the knee will vary depending on the underlying […]

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Degenerative Knee Joint Disease

Degenerative Knee Joint Disease Knee pain usually becomes worse as arthritis progresses. Common treatments include: weight loss, strengthening exercises, wrapping, and pain relievers—such as acetaminophen and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs(. While osteoarthritis is the most common surgical patient diagnosis, those with severe pain from any type of arthritis may benefit from surgery, including a partial […]

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Stop Knee Pain With Osteotomy

Treatment With Osteotomy In a knee osteotomy, either the tibia (shinbone) or femur (thighbone) is cut and then reshaped to relieve pressure on the knee joint. Knee osteotomy is used when you have early-stage osteoarthritis that has damaged just one side of the knee joint. By shifting your weight off of the damaged side of […]

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