Category: Knee Replacement

orthopedic surgery

Every year, more than 719,000 Americans get knee joint replacement surgery. Knee joint replacement is among the most common types of orthopedic surgery, and — after all is said and done (i.e. after preparation for surgery and the operation is over) — most replacements (85%) effectively replicate natural movement and motions for more than 20 […]

knee joint replacement surgery

Back pain and the resulting conditions are the number one reason people all over the world file disability claims. As many as 719,000 U.S. men and women had knee joint replacement surgery just last year, and another 332,000 underwent hip joint replacement surgery, also in 2013. In other words, chronic pain is pretty much the norm in […]

knee joint replacement surgery

Knee joint replacement surgery is the most common joint replacement procedure these days, followed closely by hip joint replacement surgery. Just last year, U.S. men and women underwent 719,000 knee joint replacement surgeries, with the majority of these patients falling between the ages of 50 and 80. Before it comes to replacing knee joints altogether, there are […]

knee joint replacement surgery

Just last year, there were up to 719,000 knee replacement surgeries in the U.S., and another 332,000 hip replacement surgeries! In other words, joint pain is a big deal, and millions of Americans suffer with varying degrees of joint pain every single day. Luckily, there are some strange tricks to relieve joint pain — and […]

knee joint replacement surgery

Last year, American surgeons performed 719,000 knee replacement surgeries, and doctors project the number of joint replacement surgeries will climb to an average of 3.48 million per year by 2030. Knee joint replacement surgery and hip joint replacement surgery are no joke, and there are some surprising things you may be doing every day to […]

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