Many people get relief from knee arthritis after having bilateral knee replacement surgery. Find out what to expect during and after the procedure.
Brenda has lived with the pain since 2013. It wasn’t unbearable, but it gradually got worse. Brenda came to OrthoIndy for a consultation with total joint specialist, Dr. Christopher Pomeroy. He determined she needed simultaneous bilateral knee replacements.
How can you tell if you have a broken kneecap and what is the fastest way to heal it? Learn more about types of fractures and when surgery is necessary.
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.
Knee replacement recovery can be challenging at first, but after the first two weeks life gets a lot better. Learn what to expect during your recovery.
For patients looking to relieve knee pain, total knee replacement can be an option, but in some cases a partial knee replacement can also relieve knee pain.
If you are experiencing one or more of these symptoms of needing knee replacement surgery, you may want to make an appointment with a total joint specialist.
Knee cartilage restoration surgeon, Dr. Jack Farr performs knee surgery on father-son duo to help return them to an active lifestyle without constant knee pain.
What does knee arthritis feel like? What are the symptoms and treatment options for arthritis of the knee? Arthritis is a condition affecting your cartilage.
A partial knee replacement surgery may be necessary when the pain and function of your knee is not allowing you to live your desire of an active lifestyle.
A total knee replacement may be necessary when pain and function of your knee is not allowing you to have a great quality of life and other options don’t work.
Dan’s right knee had degenerative arthritis and was missing the anterior cruciate ligament.
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