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Female runner with knee pain
Elder couple riding bicycles

Knee pain caused by osteoarthritis is a very common condition that affects nearly 27 million Americans.

 

Treatments to address knee pain have remained largely the same for many decades, including knee replacement surgery. Recently however, advancements in surgical technologies have allowed surgeons to adopt alternative or minimally invasive approaches to knee replacement surgery which include reducing or eliminating the use of a tourniquet during the procedure. These Rapid Rehabilitation alternatives have resulted in less pain and faster recovery for patients, along with improved patient satisfaction scores following knee replacement surgery.

 

To learn if you are eligible for a Rapid Rehabilitation alternative to knee replacement surgery- without the use of a tourniquet- please consult your physician.

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When Do You Know It’s Time for a Knee Replacement?

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition that causes your joint cartilage to wear down over time. This is a completely normal process,

How Long Will My Knee Replacement Last And What Can I Do To Make It Last Longer?

Many people put off having knee replacement surgery. Some of this has to do with avoiding a major surgical procedure, whereas others are trying to get as much use out of their current knee as possible so that they can get a new knee at just the right time to make it last.

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