The baby boomer generation is aging, and their knees are wearing out. When the pain of osteoarthritis no longer responds to typical non-surgical measures then a
Why Some Athletes Never Return to Sports After ACL Surgery
ACL injuries are incredibly difficult for most athletes to handle. The injury is just first blood drawn in a long battle. The surgery is painful. Recovery
Why Does The Back Of The Knee Hurt?
Pain behind or in the back of the knee is relatively common. The pain behind your knee can be sharp and severe; or mild and dull. In some of you, the pain
Should I Have A Partial Knee Replacement?
The pain due to severe osteoarthritis can be debilitating. If you have had injections, physical therapy, tried a brace and your pain remains awful it is likely
Why Can’t I Straighten My Knee?
Simply put, if you are unable to straighten your knee after an injury, you may have a severe knee injury. Even mild injuries can result in loss of full motion
Is My Knee Injury Serious? 5 Signs to Look For.
Your knee twists, you hear a pop, and now you have knee swelling and pain when trying to walk or with bending your knee. Perhaps you were struck by
Recovery From An MCL Injury?
The medial collateral ligament or the MCL is a large ligament running along the inner side of the knee. The MCL helps prevent the knee from caving inward. MCL
Did I Tear My ACL?
Most ACL injuries occur after a non-contact twisting injury. ACL tears can also occur after being struck on the side of your leg. Most athletes will pivot or
Meniscus Tears In Golfers
Meniscus tears or injuries are very common. Because of the significant amount of turning and pivoting with golf, the meniscus is under a lot of stress.
The Risks of Blood Transfusions in Knee Replacement Surgery
Knee replacement surgery is performed for people with severe pain and poor quality of life due to arthritis. As the baby boomer generation ages the number of
Bakers Cyst Of The Knee
A Bakers cyst is a fluid filled sac that can form in the back of your knee. When the cyst is large, it will cause a bulge in the back of your knee. If the
Bucket Handle Meniscus Tear
A bucket handle meniscus tear is a unique type of meniscus tear. Bucket handle meniscus tears are more common in younger athletes. They can occur