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Joint replacement surgery is typically recommended for patients with advanced end stage joint disease (usually of the knee or the hip) who have tried non-surgical treatment, but still experience functional decline and disabling pain. Joint replacement is an extremely effective surgery when done at the right time and indication.

Total knee replacement is one of the most successful procedures in all of medicine. In the vast majority of cases, it enables people to live more active lives free of chronic knee pain. Over time, however, a knee replacement may fail for a variety of reasons. When this occurs, your knee can become painful and swollen. It may also feel stiff or unstable, making it difficult to perform your everyday activities.

Bone fractures can be complete or incomplete, simple or comminuted, closed, or open. Comminuted fractures comprise more than two bone fragments, and open fractures are associated with an open skin wound.

Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure orthopedics use to look at, diagnose, and treat problems inside a joint.

Doctors may recommend it if you have inflammation in a joint, have injured a joint, or have damaged a joint over time. It’s usually done on the knee, shoulder, elbow, ankle, hip, or wrist.

Spinal cord injuries (SCIs) are life-threatening forms of trauma that require different types of treatment depending on the level and severity of each injury. The spinal cord, which consists of 31 nerve bundles housed within the boney protective structure of the spine, is a delicate and integral component of the body’s central nervous system (CNS).

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