Orthopaedic sugeons are using dramatic advancements in imaging to customize joint repair and monitor patients after the operation.
Growing young bones need immediate attention after injury to avoid crooked or misshapen bones or arthritis later in life.
Ask questions and get answers about hip and knee replacements from a Cleveland Clinic physician during a live webchat Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012, at noon (ET).
Whether total joint surgery involves a hip, knee, shoulder or other area, the amazing advances I’ve seen in my practice dramatically reduce time in the hospital.
Are you inspired by the Olympics to get out and run? Experts say running barefoot can offer surprising benefits.
It was thought for many years that if you had arthritis, you should not exercise because it would damage your joints. The popular belief is proven false.
Before or after it rains, some people with arthritis experience aching joints. An expert explains why people may experience increased arthritis pain depending on the weather.
If your kid plays sports, it’s important to push them, but it’s also important to know when to ease off. An expert offers tips to avoiding injuries by knowing when kids need a break.
Flip-flops are a shoe sensation every summer, but they also can be bad for your feet. Read expert tips to wearing them without problems.