Fall Weather + Falling Temps = Joint Pain

Can you predict the weather based on how your joints feel? Is it Cloudy with a chance of pain I your neck of the woods? Can increased joint pain be caused by the weather? In my opinion and experience absolutely For every mile I walk in the fall feels like 2 on my knee joints... Continue Reading →

Bone Cement Injections Pros and Cons

Bone cement injections The procedure of injecting bone cement into a lesion is called Subchondroplasty is a minimally-invasive surgery that targets and treats subchondral defects associated with chronic Bone Marrow Lesions (BML), an often-painful defect of the spongy cancellous bone that underlies and supports the cartilage of your joint. Subchondroplasty is a minimally-invasive surgery that... Continue Reading →

Risks – Knee Replacement

Knee replacement is a common procedure most often used to treat pain and disability caused by osteoarthritis. Deep infection is a rare but serious complication that occurs in about 1% of knee replacement patients. In some cases, patients require an additional knee operation. British researchers have pinpointed which factors put knee replacement patients at high... Continue Reading →

May – Arthritis Awareness Month

I have had OA in knees over 14 years. The clicking popping sounds , the feeling of stiffness like the tin man on the wizard of oz is normal especially when it's rainy. Osteoarthritis (OA) is a form of degenerative joint pain caused by wear and tear on your joints. As you age, the cartilage... Continue Reading →

Chronic Pain

AN ESTIMATED 50 MILLION AMERICANS LIVE WITH CHRONIC PAIN. Hi this week I will be focusing on Chronic pain and various treatments. Chronic pain is a public health crisis with far-reaching consequences for millions of individuals’ well-being, quality of life, productivity, health care costs, and more. Of the 50 million people who live with chronic... Continue Reading →

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