According to David Jones, his two hip replacements gave him back his life — from crutches to sprinting in the hallway.
Struggling with knee pain or shoulder mobility? A joint replacement can help you get back to your favorite activities.
That knee pop is probably just the joint releasing air. But under the right conditions, it could be a serious injury.
Activities like stairs or shopping can be hard when you have arthritis. But moderate exercise may be one of the best things you can do for joint pain.
Mary Lou was concerned that at 70, her shoulder replacement surgery wouldn't go well. But afterward, she was glad she did it.
When physical therapist Amy Boyer realized surgery was the only option for relieving hip pain, she turned to someone she knew could relate: her patient.
If you're looking for a fitness routine but need to go easy on your joints, look no further than your local pool and these five joint-friendly exercises.
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.
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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