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Struggling with knee pain or shoulder mobility? A joint replacement can help you get back to your favorite activities.

How to Know When It’s Time for a Hip Replacement
General Health 10/10/2018

Today, the number of people in their 40’s and 50’s having hip replacement surgery is increasing. Age used to be a major factor in determining if it was a good option, but today’s replacement joints are more durable and last longer than before. If you're having trouble with your hip joint, hip replacement may be an option for you.

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Too Young for A Knee Replacement?

Mark Miller, MD, discusses alternatives to knee replacements, including arthroscopy, steroid injections and high tibial osteotomy for people in their late 30s to late 50s who are living with pain, arthritis, and damaged knees.

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