Entrapped regenerated meniscal tissue is an unusual cause of chronic knee pain following TKA and can be diagnosed and successfully treated by arthroscopic debridement. It is essential to…

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You should be able to stop using your crutches or walking frame and resume normal leisure activities 6 weeks after surgery. However, it may take up to 3…

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Newswise — A new study by researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York City reveals that symptomatic lower back pain resolved in 82% of patients…

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The best position to sleep in after total hip replacement is on your back with a pillow between your legs. You can also sleep on your non-operative side…

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People eligible for this surgery have moderate to severe arthritis in the hip—including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis or post-traumatic arthritis—that causes pain and/or interferes with activities of daily living….

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Studies show that more than 80% of all hip replacements across the industry last at least 15 years, and more than 70% last at least 20 years. Individual…

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Experts say total hip replacement is safe for 90-plus seniors in reasonably good health, and they deserve the same chance at pain relief and restored mobility as younger…

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Which of the following is the most common complication after hip arthroplasty? The most common complications specific to hip replacement surgery include loosening or dislocation of the implant…

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Adults of any age can be considered for a hip replacement, although most are done on people between the ages of 60 and 80. A modern artificial hip…

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Hip arthroplasty is becoming more common in patients with severe osteoporosis. Excellent results have been shown with cemented and uncemented femoral implants. How is osteoporosis of the hip…

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