Posts Tagged ‘joint replacement surgery’

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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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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