Returning to Sports after Arthroscopic Knee Surgery

Getting back to sports after Arthroscopic Knee Surgery is a challenge, but definitely not an impossible task. Do it soon and there are full chances that you might reinjure yourself so it is important that you give it ample of time to heal. Let’s have a look at some of the tips that will help…

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How to Protect Your Knees While Hiking

Hiking is an incredible way to charge your mood. You also get to spend considerable amount of time outdoors and challenge yourself, both physically and mentally. Whether you are young or old, long hiking periods will eventually take a toll your joints. Knee Specialist in Mumbai, Dr. Amyn Rajani feels that even the strongest and…

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Everything about Frozen Shoulder

A frozen shoulder, also known as Adhesive Capsulitis can be a very daunting experience and it may well be one of the main causes of your persistent shoulder pain. It occurs over time, and could hamper your ability to perform basic daily activities. Frozen Shoulder Symptoms: The most important obvious symptoms of a frozen shoulder…

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Why are Females more prone to ACL Tears than Males?

What is an ACL Tear? ACL tears are one of the most common injuries that affect the anterior cruciate ligament of your knee. Sportsmen playing high-impact sports like basketball, athletics, football, hockey are at a high risk of tearing their ACL, but ACL tears cannot be wholly categorized as a sports injury, a person going…

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Shoulder Replacement Surgery – What to Expect?

Though less common than Total Knee Replacement, Shoulder Replacement is just as successful in relieving joint pain. It involves removing the damaged parts and replacing them with artificial components, called prosthesis. The surgery not only relieves you from your unbearable chronic joint pain, but also improves your day-to-day mobility. Let’s have a look at the…

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7 Misconceptions about Knee Joint Replacement Surgery

There is a lot of controversy and confusion amongst people concerning the right age and the right time to get a knee replacement surgery. Many people also fear the post surgery complications and have doubts about returning to their normal activities after the surgery. We try to bust most of the misconceptions surrounding Total Knee…

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Managing Chronic Pain at Work

Just about everyone feels pain from time to time, a limb and muscle pain is your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong. According to an orthopaedic surgery specialist, a chronic pain affects a person for weeks and months and we will feel that a desk job employee might find it really hard…

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The Dreaded ACL Tear & How to Prevent it

ACL Tear is one of the most common knee injuries in your anterior cruciate ligament, and to get sidelined because of it is one of the worst nightmares a person can ever face. ACL injuries can happen to anyone, but it’s usually the athletes who participate in high-demanding sports such as soccer, high jump, relay…

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All you need to know about Partial Knee Replacement

Would you replace all four tyres for only one deflated tyre? Then why do that to your knee?  In Osteoarthritis most of the wear and tear happens on the inner side of the Knee and with a Partial Knee Replacement, you can save the other compartments of your knee along with the ligaments and the…

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Life after Total knee Replacement Surgery

Total Knee Replacement was first performed in the year 1968 and is considered as one of the most important orthopaedic surgical advances of this century. This surgery is also known as total knee arthroplasty and can relieve you from your prolonged knee pain struggles and restore the lost joint function. Although your new knee will…

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