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  • Essential Nutrients for Better Joint Replacement

    Essential Nutrients for Better Joint Replacement

    Nutrition is essential to positive surgical outcomes. Hospital studies have shown that as many as 50% of patients are undernourished or malnourished.

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  • Why Does My Knee Click?

    Why Does My Knee Click?

    If you have ever heard your knees making noise when you step up, bend down, or stand up, it can be a little unnerving. What is causing it? Is there a problem with your knees?

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  • Holiday Foods for Joint Health

    Holiday Foods for Joint Health

    Holiday celebrations include friends, family, and food. As you enjoy the festivities of the season, don’t let a flare up of joint pain dampen your spirits. Here are some holiday foods to enjoy that are good for your joints.

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  • Metal Allergy & Joint Replacement

    Metal Allergy & Joint Replacement

    Metal allergy or sensitivity is an immune response that reacts to metal molecules your body interacts with on a daily basis.

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  • My Legs Are Different Lengths after Hip Surgery-Is This Normal?

    My Legs Are Different Lengths after Hip Surgery-Is This Normal?

    All of us are unique. We aren’t all the same. This can also be said of the limbs in our body. Our two arms and our two legs are unique - they aren’t exactly the same.

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  • Nutrition & Joint Replacement

    Nutrition & Joint Replacement

    Hippocrates said, “Our food should be our medicine and our medicine should be our food.” Our food does play a vital role in our health and healing. Nutrition is essential in preparing for and recovering from joint replacement surgery.

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  • Preventing Constipation After Joint Replacement

    Preventing Constipation After Joint Replacement

    After joint replacement surgery, we naturally focus on the knee or hip that has been replaced. But our body is made up of many parts that work together in an incredible way.

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  • Understanding your Surgery: Cemented vs. Cementless Total Knee Replacement

    Understanding your Surgery: Cemented vs. Cementless Total Knee Replacement

    Are you one of the millions of American who will undergo knee replacement this year? Knee replacement surgery is a common surgery with a high satisfaction rating among my patients.

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  • Hormones & Risk of Blood Clots

    Hormones & Risk of Blood Clots

    Did you know that postmenopausal women taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may have an increased risk of developing deep venous thromboembolism post-surgery.

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