According to an estimate, up to 30% of Americans are believed to develop knee osteoarthritis over the course of their lifetime. The good news is a wide range of surgical and nonsurgical techniques are available to address the knee pain and disability that accompany knee arthritis. Partial knee replacement is one of the most commonRead More
How Long Does It Take to Recover from a Robotic Knee Replacement?
Knee replacements are relatively common orthopedic surgical procedures that involve removing diseased or damaged bone and tissue in the knee and replacing it with prosthetic materials to restore pain-free movement. Ever since the first robot-assisted knee replacement in 1985, robotic surgeries have become much more common as they help surgeons be as precise as possibleRead More
Can Creaking Joints Indicate That I Need a Partial Knee Replacement?
Joints creak, pop, and crack may happen even more often when we age. In certain joints, like knees, creaking sounds may be pretty loud. Yet, does the sound indicate that the joint is wearing down or needs to be replaced, partially or fully? Let’s discuss why joints make noise, if or when you may needRead More