Posts With Category: ‘Joint Replacement’

What’s Involved in a Revision Joint Replacement Surgery?

woman running
March 13th, 2017

Joint replacement surgeries for hips and knees are usually very successful, lasting for decades without complications. Many of my patients who have undergone a primary joint replacement surgery enjoy increased mobility and relief from pain. In some cases, however, an implant develops a problem that necessitates re-operation or revision joint replacement surgery. What is revision […]

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Who is a Candidate for Partial Knee Replacement?

woman playing tennis
December 27th, 2016

Knee pain is the most common reason for which patients come to see me. They commonly tell me that their knee pain interferes with their everyday activities and the recreational activities they love.  Oftentimes, their sleep is affected too. My job is to identify the exact source of their knee pain, give them an accurate […]

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Returning to Sports Following Joint Replacement Surgery

man on bike
December 9th, 2016

Many of my patients enjoy playing a variety of sports. Often symptoms of hip and knee arthritis are exacerbated by these activities, and the pain and joint dysfunction experienced during sports are common reasons for patients to come see me for an evaluation of their hips and knees. When there is significant arthritis in a […]

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Are You a Good Candidate For Joint Replacement?

Hip in need of joint replacement
October 28th, 2016

Having a painful knee or hip can greatly interfere with your daily activities and your overall quality of life. Depending on your diagnosis, partial joint replacement surgery or total joint replacement surgery may be the solution to return you to your healthy, active life. The success of joint replacement surgery is reflected in how commonly […]

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