Surgeons perform almost a million knee and hip replacements yearly. A bilateral joint replacement is when both hips or both knees are replaced simultaneously.
Most people experience aches and pains in their joints sometimes. We explain when to see a joint pain specialist and how to get back to living a pain-free life.
After living with hip pain since he was a child, Chad turns to Indianapolis total joint surgeon for a total hip replacement and finally found hip pain relief.
ACL graft surgery and a partial knee replacement allow a patient to continue hiking, zip-lining, white water rafting and more after years of arthritis pain.
Kathy decided that if there was a solution to improve her pain, she was ready to do it. Biking and hiking became painful so she turned to OrthoIndy again.
After recovering from total knee replacement surgery with Dr. Eric Monesmith, Kathy finds a life that’s free from knee pain and begins to travel the world.
At 50 years old, dancer has both of her knees replaced and continues to perform. Knee replacement surgery often allows patient to return to an active lifestyle.
Although these fractures are rare, breaking your femur bone around the implant after a total hip replacement almost always requires an additional surgery.
What does hip arthritis feel like? What are the symptoms and treatment options for arthritis of the hip? Hip arthritis can happen in three different forms.
After 50 years of living with terrible hip pain, Joe chose to have hip replacement surgery and found a better quality of life after hip replacement recovery.
After total knee replacement surgery, Chris Deis returns to an active lifestyle and is even able to dance with his daughter at her wedding-without knee pain.
Hip replacement recovery can be challenging at first, but after the first two weeks, life begins to be more normal. Learn what to expect during your recovery.
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