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  • Multimodal analgesia: The new 'standard of care' for pain control after total joint replacement

    Until relatively recently, opioids were a mainstay of treatment for pain following total hip or knee replacement. Today, a growing body of evidence supports the use of multimodal analgesia—combinations of different techniques and medications to optimize pain management while reducing the use and risks of opioids, according to a paper in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery.

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  • 5 Knee Injury Misses on MRI

    Knee injuries are common, and MRI is a highly accurate way to visualize the problem. But, there are five knee injuries that are frequently overlooked, particularly by inexperienced readers.

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  • Weightlifting Knee Injuries and Pain

    Weight training is safe for the knees as long as proper form is practiced. The body is designed to manage vertical forces on the joints. However, sudden twisting movements, poor alignment, and pre-existing injuries may put you at risk for an injury.

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  • How to Get Back to Exercising After Joint Replacement Surgery

    Hip and knee replacements can get you back to an active life in no time. Know this, though: You are an important factor in determining the ultimate outcome of the surgery. A new hip or knee joint doesn’t work by itself.

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  • Total Shoulder Replacement Surgery: Everything You Need to Know

    Total shoulder replacement, also known as total shoulder arthroplasty, is a procedure where portions of the bones in the shoulder joint are removed and replaced with artificial implants. It helps restore the function and mobility of the shoulder joint, while also reducing pain.

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  • Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • American Academy Of Orthopaedic Surgeons