Asking friends and family for help after a joint replacement surgery is a great way to get a handle on small chores and prevent injury.
Studies show that women are more likely to wait to have joint replacement surgery, even after symptoms and damage occur. Find out why gender differences affect who has joint replacement surgery.
If you have debilitating arthritis in both knees, you may be a candidate for having both knee replaced at once, known as a double or bilateral knee replacement.
When you're planning on a joint replacement surgery, it's important to know your options for pain management. Ask you surgeon these questions to find out his or her plan for managing your pain.
Most joint replacements last years without any problems. But as joint replacement patients get younger, an increasing number of people may need a second joint replacement, known as a joint revision surgery.
Your hip replacement surgery is over. Now what? Here's some information you need to know on your road to recovery.
These 5 quad exercises—plus 1 bonus execise—can help you get back on your feet after a knee replacement surgery.
If you're preparing for total hip replacement surgery to treat your arthritis, check out this list of considerations before surgery.
One hip replacement patient shares his experience in navigating his HMO plan to get care from the surgeon he wanted.
One patient shares about his decision to have anterior approach hip replacement and how swimming aided his recovery.