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  • Exercises that Can Strengthen Your Knees

    Exercises that Can Strengthen Your Knees

    Did you know that strengthening the muscles around the knee joint may be as effective as using pain relievers such as NSAIDs to control arthritic knee pain? And you don’t have to worry about the side effects that come with regular medication use.

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  • 10 Facts About Joint Replacement Surgery

    10 Facts About Joint Replacement Surgery

    When end-stage arthritis or severe joint pain starts limiting your activities despite having tried other treatments, joint replacement may be your best option to improve quality of life. Many patients that have undergone joint replacement find it a rewarding experience and wish they had got it done sooner! Here are 10 interesting facts about joint replacement surgery:

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  • How Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Can Get You Back in the Game

    How Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Can Get You Back in the Game

    Platelet-rich plasma therapy is an advanced noninvasive treatment that has become very popular among high-level athletes and sportsmen in recent years helping many individuals recover rapidly from orthopedic injuries and get back to their game with minimal downtime.

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  • Exercising with Arthritis: Improve Joint Pain and Stiffness (Arthritis Awareness Month)

    Exercising with Arthritis: Improve Joint Pain and Stiffness (Arthritis Awareness Month)

    Arthritis is the #1 cause of disability in the US affecting more the 50 million Americans. May has been designated Arthritis Awareness month to help people find effective ways to manage this disease.

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  • Questions to Ask Your Doctor Before Surgery

    Questions to Ask Your Doctor Before Surgery

    Joint replacements of the knee and hip are some of the most commonly performed surgeries in the US today. They are generally recommended when the joint is worn out to the extent that mobility is restricted, and you experience pain in your joint even when at rest.

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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