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  • When Is Hip Replacement Necessary?

    When Is Hip Replacement Necessary?

    Although hip replacement is major surgery, it is also one of the most routine surgical procedures performed in the U.S. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, more than 300,000 Americans received artificial hips last year, giving them new freedom to enjoy both the simple activities of life and the great adventures they have planned for their golden years.

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  • Cold Facts About Frozen Shoulder

    Cold Facts About Frozen Shoulder

    If you experience sudden limited arm movement, the cause may be a condition known as frozen shoulder. Normal shoulder motion becomes painful, as the tissues which surround the shoulder joint thicken and lose flexibility.

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  • Treating SLAP Tears

    Treating SLAP Tears

    Your shoulder is one of the most active joints in your body. It provides flexibility in more directions than any other joint. That is one reason there are so many ways it can be damaged, and so many different terms to describe injury to this essential joint.

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  • COVID-19 and the Role of Home-made Masks

    COVID-19 and the Role of Home-made Masks

    As we all prepare to go through the difficult challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some bright spots around the world. Those are from countries that have been able to slow down the virus and even eliminate new cases. Based on a number of excellent resources, it turns out that masks, made in the home, and worn in the community may be a big part of that answer. I prepared this video for our community and have shared with a number of government and healthcare experts. Please share it with your friends.

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  • The Connection Between Poor Sleep and Sore Joints

    The Connection Between Poor Sleep and Sore Joints

    Quality sleep is one of the most important aspects of your health. It's not uncommon for people who sleep poorly to have joint pain - but why? Unfortunately, it's a vicious circle: sleep deprivation can cause achy; painful joints, according to a body of research that includes a study published in the April 2012 issue of Sleep journal. Painful joints, in turn, may cause sleep deprivation, according to research published in PLoS One in October 2015. Read on to discover more about the connection between poor sleep and sore joints.

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  • Here’s What to Know After Joint Replacement Surgery

    Here’s What to Know After Joint Replacement Surgery

    Joint replacement surgery is a common medical procedure. The dedicated professionals of Joint Preservation Institute offer the following recommendations and suggestions to help you make the most of your time after joint replacement surgery, ensuring a quick, comfortable and efficient recovery.

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