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What is the most common reason for having a total knee replacement surgery?
The most common reason for a total knee replacement surgery is degenerative joint disease (arthritis). 231 more words
As far as orthopaedic fracture surgeries are concerned, I do have a pretty good track record. To keep risks of post-surgical complications as low as possible, I make provisions for all probable problems that a person might face – following a joint replacement surgery. 829 more words
Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are the common conditions that are known to cause pain in the joints of the body. Illness and injury are also a contributing factor. 315 more words
So here’s where I recount the night before and the day of
I got the call on Wednesday afternoon at the Hickory Run rest stop on the PA Turnpike on my way down to Philadelphia that told me to report to Pre-Op on the fourth floor of the White building at 7:30am for my procedure at 8:30. 1,055 more words