There are many things to be considered before getting a joint replacement. If you have been recommended a joint replacement but are still on the fence about it, here are three signs it’s time for you to seriously consider a joint replacement. Your mobility is restricted Are you forced to stay home when you would

Fall-Related Knee Injuries

Friday, 23 November 2018 by

Knee joints are critical weight-bearing joints of our body. They are prone to several kinds of injuries from fall, overuse, disproportionate motion or strain, etc. Falls are a common cause of knee injuries. A fall causes the knee to be impacted from the direction of direct impact, which can cause multiple types of injuries –

Around the world, millions of people are living with chronic knee pain. Chronic knee pain can prevent people from living the lives they want and not allow them to carry out basic activities of daily living. While some chronic knee patients are able to find relief with medications and physical therapy, a knee joint repair

Ankle Surgery for Arthritis

Thursday, 15 November 2018 by

Arthritis of the ankle joint can occur with a wide range of severity, and the more aggressive forms can destroy the joint. Debridement is opted for milder cases.   Surgical Debridement If ankle arthritis is mild to moderate, surgical debridement may be performed to “clean out” bone fragments of cartilage from the joint. Bone spurs,

Regenerative medicine is based on the utilization of your own cells to repair damaged tissues effectively and safely. This medical specialty focuses on stimulating your own body’s natural ability to heal and repair itself. There are two main types of regenerative medicine that is used for orthopedic treatments – Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy —

Musculoskeletal injuries often result in back pain, stiff muscles and joints, and arthritis. Proper assessment, accurate diagnosis, and timely intervention in such conditions are essential. This can be carried out by an experienced orthopedic surgeon. Orthopedic surgeons are experts in injuries and disorders of the body’s musculoskeletal system. Orthopedic surgeons diagnose and treat a wide

The biceps muscle allows you to flex your arm (bend it). The muscle is attached to the bone in two ways – either by the shoulder or the forearm (shoulder = proximal biceps tendon whilst the forearm attaches to the distal biceps tendon). Proximal biceps tendon tears are more common but distal biceps tendon rupture can

The clavicle is a bone that runs from the part of your ribcage known as the sternum to your shoulder joint. It is the only bony connection between the arm and the central skeleton. Fractures in the clavicle are a common sports injury and account for around 2.6% of all fractures in the United States

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