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  • Dealing with Joint Pain after 50

    Dealing with Joint Pain after 50

    As we age, the occasional aches and pains in our joints are expected. Practicing self-care during those times with an ice pack or warm bath may be all that is needed to alleviate the pain.

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  • How Weight Affects Your Joints

    How Weight Affects Your Joints

    The holidays are just around the corner! First, there’s Halloween and all the candy that comes with it. Next is Thanksgiving—a holiday revolving around rich, buttery cooking and afternoon naps.

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  • How Vitamin D and Proper Nutrition Affect Your Joint Replacement

    How Vitamin D and Proper Nutrition Affect Your Joint Replacement

    Vitamin D comes in many forms and has many benefits. Did you know it’s especially beneficial after a joint replacement? Vitamin D deficient patients have

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  • Preparing your Home before Knee Replacement

    Preparing your Home before Knee Replacement

    For most people, recovering from knee surgery in the comfort of home seems better than recovering in a hospital room. Modern surgical methods have made it possible for some patients to return home the day of or soon after knee replacement surgery.

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  • What is Joint Preservation?

    What is Joint Preservation?

    The human body has a miraculous ability to heal itself through fighting infections, healing wounds, and repairing internal damage. Joint preservation utilizes this incredible self-healing ability to preserve deteriorating joints.

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  • Is Outpatient Hip Replacement Right for You?

    Is Outpatient Hip Replacement Right for You?

    Did you know that hip replacement has become one of the most common and most successful surgeries in medicine? Traditionally, this surgery is performed through a large incision that would require the patient to be hospitalized for days following the procedure. However, with new technology and modern procedural protocols, outpatient hip replacement has become a common option for many patients.

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