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  • Are You ‘Too Young’ for Hip Replacement Surgery?

    An increasing number of younger people are having hip replacements due to advanced osteoarthritis in the hip joints. There are a number of reasons for the increase, especially among the younger patients. First and foremost, a total hip replacement is a very successful procedure.

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  • How does rheumatoid arthritis affect the knees?

    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune condition, meaning the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissues. RA in the knees may severely affect a person’s mobility.

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  • What to expect from physical therapy for hip bursitis

    If you have pain in your hip or hips, you may be suffering from a condition called hip bursitis. Hip bursitis occurs when the small fluid-filled sac, called a bursa, becomes inflamed and irritated on the outside or inner part of your hip. Hip bursitis causes pain, decreased strength, and difficulty with movements like walking or running.

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  • Corticosteroid Injections of the Hip Linked to Rapidly Destructive Hip Disease

    Although corticosteroid injections are commonly used to manage pain and inflammation in patients with osteoarthritis of the hip, a new study adds to concerns about the potential harmful effects of these injections.

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  • Gap Balancing v. Measured Resection Knee Surgery. Who wins?

    In a square-off between gap balancing and measured resection techniques in cementless total knee arthroplasty (TKA), which wins as far as implant migration and tibiofemoral contact kinematics? This is what a team of Canadian researchers set out to learn with their work.

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