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Common Knee Injuries

This article reviews different types of knee injuries. Because the knee is vital in everyday motions such as sitting and standing, walking, running, and lifting, it is subject to a variety of stresses and several types of injuries

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Exercises For Healthy Knees

If you'd like to strengthen your knees, decrease knee pain, and improve your overall knee health, there are a variety of exercises that can help. Below are a number of exercises that you may want to consider as part of a knee strengthening program.

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How Your Knees Work And Why They Might Hurt

Your knees play a vital role in taking you places. Whether you're walking, biking, climbing, or simply standing, your knees help propel and support you along the way. They are considered one of the most active joints in your body because they are under a tremendous amount of pressure.

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Is The Knee The Most Commonly Injured Joint In The Body?

The knee is the largest joint in the human body and one of the most complex. Because it is used in so many daily activities, it's prone to a variety of injuries. Indeed, knee injuries rank at the top of statistics for the most common musculoskeletal injuries.

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Non-Surgical Alternatives To Knee Pain

Contrary to popular belief, surgery isn't always the best solution to knee pain. If you are living with knee pain, know that there are a variety of non-surgical treatments that can help you find the relief you deserve. Let's take a closer look at each of these options.

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Pain and Your Knees

One of the many reasons patients visit the doctor is knee pain. Knee pain can be caused by injury, by conditions associated with age and "wear and tear", or by disease.

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Post-Operative Exercises and Rehab for Knee

Believe it or not, more than 90% of people who have knee replacement surgery experience a dramatic reduction in knee pain. If you undergo knee replacement surgery, you will be provided with specific recovery instructions by your surgeon. These recovery instructions, which may include movement and exercise for rehabilitation, are a vital part of your recovery and outcome.

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Robotic Knee Surgery: Know the Difference

The revolutionary NAVIO Surgical System delivers optimal results after a knee replacement surgery. It is a robotics-assisted knee surgery platform that allows surgeons to improve accuracy for partial and total knee replacement procedures.

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Surgical Options For Osteoarthritic Knees

Osteoarthritis of the knee, also known as wear and tear arthritis, occurs when the cartilage - the natural cushioning between the joints - wears away. Osteoarthritis causes the bones of the joints to rub more closely against one another, leading to pain, swelling, stiffness, and reduced mobility.

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What’s That Popping Sound in My Knees?

Many people go about life accustomed to the fact their knees sometimes make a popping sound. Often there isn't really much discomfort, and they barely notice, but when they bend their knees, or crouch, or climb steps, or just shift their weight, there's a faint pop or crackle. Some people notice that the noise increases, along with pain, as they get older.

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Will Doing Yoga Hurt My Knees?

The knee is a large and complex joint made up of bones, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage. Yoga can help increase the knee's flexibility and strength when performed properly. Patients who injure their knee often experience pain ranging from mild to severe.

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