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  • Newer pain management strategies can lead to quicker, shorter recovery after total knee replacements

    According to a new literature review in the February issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (JAAOS), a team-based care approach (consisting of the patient, family members, the orthopaedic surgeon and other medical practitioners) on total knee replacement (TKR) procedures, in conjunction with newer pain management strategies, is key to maximizing patient outcomes.

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  • Hospital Economics of Primary THA Decreasing Reimbursement and Increasing Cost, 1990 to 2008

    The introduction of new technology has increased the hospital cost of THA. Considering the impending epidemic of hip osteoarthritis in the United States, the projections of THA prevalence, and national cost-containment initiatives, we are concerned about the decreasing economic feasibility of hospitals providing THA.

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  • Exercise and Bone Health: bones need a workout!

    Exercise and Bone Health. Oftentimes, my patients ask me the question: How does exercise improve my overall bone health? Frequently, they are familiar with the benefits of exercise, in terms of reducing the risk for heart disease and stroke, and preventing obesity. However, not as well understood is the importance of exercise and bone health, using regular physical activity in building and maintaining healthy bones.

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  • Prevent hip fracture with these 4 tips

    Prevent hip fracture with these 4 tips. This is important information to share with your loved ones over holiday visits! Hip fractures are serious injuries that most often occur in people aged 65 and older. Women are especially vulnerable to hip fractures with approximately 70% of hip fractures occurring in females. Most hip fractures require surgery, hospitalization, and a considerable amount of rehabilitation. Read more on how to prevent hip fracture in this article by guest blogger Dr. Adam Rana of Maine Medical Partners.

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  • Lessons in Injury Prevention for Older Athletes

    Are you a baby boom athlete? Adam Rana, M.D., from Maine Medical Partners – Orthopedics, offers this good advice for injury prevention for older athletes.

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Adam Rana Related Links

  • Eastern orthopaedic association
  • American association of hip and knee surgeons
  • American academy of orthopedic surgeon