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8 Must-Know Facts About Joint Replacements

Posted 2/3/2017 by UHBlog

8 Must-Know Facts About Joint Replacements

Help ensure that your knee or hip replacement is successful by following these guidelines.

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Life After Joint Replacement Surgery

Posted 5/31/2016 by UHBlog

Life After Joint Replacement Surgery

It’s all about quality of life.

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Are You a Candidate for Joint Replacement?

Posted 3/29/2016 by UHBlog

If severe pain and joint damage are limiting your daily activities and affecting your quality of life, we can help. How many people do you know who have had a knee or hip replaced? It’s becoming commonplace among aging baby boomers and active seniors who want to pursue the activities they enjoy pain free. In fact, nearly 800,000 people get a knee or hip joint replaced annually. According to joint replacement specialist Matthew Kraay, MD, the three main reasons people choose to undergo joi...

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Are You a Good Candidate for Joint Replacement?

Posted 11/21/2014 by UHBlog

Ask your doctor about joint replacement surgery. Joint replacement used to be a last-resort treatment for the elderly to regain lost mobility. But today these procedures, which are used in the treatment of arthritis and other degenerative joint conditions, are helping much younger people to relieve pain and stay active as they age. Joint replacement involves the removal of the damaged structures and the process of replacing them with metal, plastic, and other materials to relieve pain from arth...

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