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Article Featured on ReboundMD The knee joint is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body. It is also one of the most ..read more
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Article Featured on AAOS After orthopaedic surgery, your doctors and nurses will make every effort to control your pain. While you should ..read more
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Article Featured on AAOS Children can develop infections in their bones, joints, or muscles. Often referred to as “deep” infections, ..read more
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The following article provides in-depth information about treatment for anterior cruciate ligament injuries. The general article,  ..read more
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Article Featured on AAOS Knee and hip replacements are two of the most commonly performed elective operations. For the majority of ..read more
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By Alan S. Hilibrand, MD | Featured on AAOS Orthopaedic surgeons encourage “shared decision-making” when it comes to treating patients ..read more
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Article Featured on AAOS After having a knee replacement, you may expect your lifestyle to be a lot like it was before surgery— but ..read more
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By Alexandra E. Page, MD | Featured on AAOS Ankle sprains are the most common sports injuries, with an estimated 25,000 occurring every ..read more
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Article Featured on AAOS Anatomy The bones of the forearm. The forearm is made up of two bones: the radius and the ulna. The radius is on ..read more
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Article Featured on Everyday Health | By Dennis Thompson Jr We all know that exercise is a key component of good health. But some people ..read more

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