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  • Is Outpatient Joint Replacement Right for You?

    Is Outpatient Joint Replacement Right for You?

    The decision to undergo joint replacement is never an easy one to make. It is usually considered when all other alternatives have failed. In addition to the surgery itself, most people also worry about spending too many days away from home recovering in a hospital.

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  • The Best Nutrition for Healthy Bones and Joints

    The Best Nutrition for Healthy Bones and Joints

    Your bones form the scaffolding which holds your body together, protects your internal organs, and plays a central role in almost any kind of movement. It is important to have healthy bones and joints throughout your life else you miss out on the benefits of an active lifestyle.

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  • Conservative Treatment Options for Hip Arthritis

    Conservative Treatment Options for Hip Arthritis

    Hip pain when getting out bed in the morning and standing up after prolonged sitting or a sensation of bone rubbing against bone in your hips with routine daily activities be an indication of hip arthritis.

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  • Joint Replacement Outcomes Improved Through Technology

    Joint Replacement Outcomes Improved Through Technology

    Joint replacement surgery can be intimidating, but patients who know what to expect and are engaged with their joint replacement experience typically have better outcomes. Today, patients can get a customized pre-operative and post-operative program with the help of technology.

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  • Is Stem Cell Therapy Right for You?

    Is Stem Cell Therapy Right for You?

    The use of stem cell therapy has increased very rapidly over the last decade to such a degree that it is expected to revolutionize the field of Orthopedics. This treatment can be used to treat certain bone and cartilage defects caused by trauma or infection as well as to stimulate ligament and tendon healing in long-standing injuries.

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  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Medical Association
  • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons
  • Mid-America Orthopaedic Association
  • Michigan Institute for Advanced Surgery Center