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.
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.
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.
Other than the well-known complications such as kidney failure, vision problems, and loss of sensation in the extremities, being diagnosed with diabetes increases your risk for developing bone and joint problems. These are caused due to nerve damage and blood circulation issues that occur if your blood sugar levels are high.