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Many people experience knee pain. Fortunately, there are lifestyle changes you can make before seeing a physician.
While there are some common overlapping symptoms, the two conditions are vastly different. An orthopedic hand surgeon explains more.
When conservative treatments for severe arthritis in her right knee didn’t relieve her pain, Brenda underwent knee replacement surgery. Today, she is back to the activities she loves, pain-free.
Even after years of progressively worsening hip pain, 62-year-old Cathy Peltz was surprised when her doctor recommended total hip replacement surgery. Discharged after only two days and back to work in four weeks, Cathy is glad she took his advice.
Advanced, painful arthritis in both hips became so painful that Pat feared she wouldn’t be able to participate in the fitness activities she loved. After two hip replacement surgeries, she has resumed her active lifestyle, without pain.