Am I Too Young for Knee Replacement Surgery?

This blog post was updated for content on September 8, 2020. Previous comments have not been removed or edited. Knee replacement surgery is not a permanent cure. Typically, the new metal joint...

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Does Receiving a Bone-on-Bone Diagnosis Mean You Need Surgery?

This blog post was updated on May 4, 2020. Previous comments have not been removed or edited. Without joints – in the fingers, wrists, elbows, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles - the human body...

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What the Pain in Your Bones and Joints is Telling You

No one wants to hurt. Unfortunately, many of us do. 76.2 million of us in the United States, in fact, have experienced pain lasting more than 24 hours, according to the National Institutes of...

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Can Joint Injections Get Athletes Back in the Game?

When you hear the word “arthritis,” you might envision an elderly, hip or knee replacement candidate, but arthritis is actually a broad term that defines “joint pain or joint disease” according to...

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Walk This Way to Ease Osteoarthritis Pain

Are you one of the millions of Americans suffering with osteoarthritis? Studies show that gait training – learning to walk differently – is one way to ease your knee pain.

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Knee Pain While Running – What to Do About It

Running injury statistics incredible The statistics on running injury are kind of shocking. Nearly two out of three runners (65%) will suffer an injury in any given year, according to statistics...

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