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  • Pre-op daily life disability may predict poor outcome after hip replacement

    A new study looking at medical records of more than 43,000 US adults with hip-joint damaging osteoarthritis suggests that those who cannot perform daily activities independently before total hip replacement surgery are more likely to have poorer outcomes after surgery.

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  • One Short, Brisk Walk a Day May Keep Arthritis at Bay

    Less than 10 minutes a day of brisk walking can help prevent disability in people with arthritis pain in their knee, hip, ankle or foot, researchers report.

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  • Types of Knee Braces for Support and Injury Prevention

    The use of knee braces in sports medicine is a controversial topic. Knee braces are used for a wide variety of problems and conditions. But do knee braces help?

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  • Hip Fracture Dangers and Mortality Rates

    A broken bone may not sound serious, but if you are an older man or woman, a hip fracture can be the start of many severe health problems. How dangerous is a broken hip in an older person, and what is the mortality rate after a hip fracture?

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  • Allergy to Metal Orthopedic Implants

    Metal implants are used in a variety of orthopedic surgical settings, including fracture repair and joint replacement surgery. Some people are concerned about developing an allergic reaction to metal implants. Is this possible, and could it be a cause of pain or irritation after surgery?

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Adam Rana Related Links

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