The intervention of cutting-edge robotics is an essential evolutionary step in the rapidly advancing joint replacement surgery field. It offers many benefits for both patients and surgeons. If you’re a good candidate for traditional knee replacement surgery, then chances are you’re a good candidate for robotic knee replacement.
Fall is on its way! The weather may not be cooler yet, but the first official day of fall begins Fall Prevention Week in September.
Commuters, travelers, backpackers, soon-to-be-mothers, parents to toddlers–anyone who has ever carried around an additional 10 to 35 pounds on a regular basis–know the relief that comes when that weight is set aside.
Over the last several years, knee replacement surgery has evolved into a Minimally Invasive technique. This evolution continues to improve surgical outcomes with the practice of robotic-assisted replacement surgeries.
The fall months can come with lots of activity: hikes among the colorful leaves and time with family and friends. In order to enjoy fall to the fullest, it is essential for arthritis patients to do everything possible to avoid flare-ups and limit inflammation. Diet and nutrition are vital components in relieving arthritis symptoms. Here are a few foods that are good for your joints:
Do you have an upcoming surgery planned? Did you know that there are things you can do in the weeks before to help you have a successful outcome and a quicker recovery?
It is estimated that nearly 1 out of 4 adults in the United States suffer from some form of joint pain or stiffness.1 As we age, stiff joints can become a common problem for many people.