Our expert explains whether or not you can get a hip or knee replacement at any age.
If you have recurring or chronic joint pain, you may think joint replacement surgery is your only option for relief. However, you may want to explore several less invasive options first to help maintain mobility as you age.
Keeping your joints healthy to reduce the wear and tear on the cartilage is a key component to having an active lifestyle and continuing to play the sports you love.
There are several surgical choices for wrist arthritis, including removing rows of bones, partial fusion, total fusion and wrist joint replacement. Our expert explains each.
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Arthritic joints no longer mean you have to stop being active. Learn about the great advances in joint replacements.
Studies suggest that 90 percent of knee and hip replacements still function well 10 to 15 years after they’re implanted, but recent joint replacement innovations may make them last even longer.
You need surgery for debilitating shoulder pain, but which shoulder replacement option is best? An orthopaedic surgeon explains the options and why doctors recommend certain surgeries for different people.
The latest advancement in robotic joint surgery adds an unparalleled level of accuracy and precision to total knee, total hip and partial knee replacement surgery.
Surgeons strive for precision and accuracy in joint replacement surgery. And today they have more tools at their disposal to help ensure the best results.
Patients have rising expectations and are demanding more from total knee replacements and joint replacements than in previous years. This has generated improvements in the field, including design, delivery and execution.