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70 year Old Runs a Marathon after Bilateral Knee Replacement at Wockhardt Hospitals by Sumit Posted Fri 19 Jun 2009 11:19pm 69 year old Mr. Ramgopal Mundhra who underwent bilateral knee replacement at Wockhardt Hospitals 10 months ago, completed 5 kilometer Run in the recently concluded Bangalore Marathon. Mr. Mundhra, a businessman from Bangalore, was suffering from pain in both his knees for the past 20 years and in the last two years had lost complete mobility ... Read on »
The Nightmare at Parkland Knee Surgery Done by MD in Training Leads to Amputation and 23 More Subsequent Surgeries by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 14 Nov 2010 4:13pm This is indeed a scary story.   The commenting on the original post at the link is pretty detailed too, once you get past the usual “she was overweight and it was her fault” and “this is Obama care” at work.  It is interesting that you see those types of comments all over the web and they really don’t mean anything, especially to the context ... Read on »
Knee Surgery Update – Hitting The Ski Slopes without My Knee Brace by kimduess Posted Tue 23 Mar 2010 6:21pm I recently went skiing without my knee brace at 10 months post ACL knee surgery.  It was a mental challenge – not physical.  Here is my video blog update with details. For more of my ‘knee surgery journey’ posts, and to find out how I recovered so fast, please click here. To your health, Kim Duess You-Be-Healthy.com ... Read on »
Knee Surgery Update – Hitting The Ski Slopes without My Knee Brace by kimduess Posted Tue 08 Jun 2010 10:37pm I recently went skiing without my knee brace at 10 months post ACL knee surgery.  It was a mental challenge – not physical.  Here is my video blog update with details. For more of my ‘knee surgery journey’ posts, and to find out how I recovered so fast, please click here. To your health, Kim Duess You-Be-Healthy.com ... Read on »
Knee Surgery Should Be The Last Option for Treating Severe Arthritis Knee Pain by Dr. Alexandra Schnee, D.C Posted Sun 13 Jun 2010 3:00pm Over the years, I’ve consulted with hundreds of patients suffering with severe arthritis knee pain who have wanted to try every non-surgical option before entertaining the idea of arthroscopic knee surgery or total knee replacements.   However, I'm always surprised when patients skip basic, conservative, non-invasive care and jump right into knee ... Read on »
Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Is Not a Cure for Knee Pain Sufferers by Dr. Alexandra Schnee, D.C Posted Sun 20 Jun 2010 2:30pm The medical community has long known that arthroscopic knee surgery is not a cure, and unfortunately the surgery often leaves a patient’s knee vulnerable to future cartilage or meniscus tears and it creates more arthritis in the knee.   These are the very same conditions that are supposedly being ‘fixed’ with arthroscopic knee surgery.  I foun ... Read on »
Dallas Cold Laser Doctor Helps Another Patient with Severe Knee Pain Avoid Knee Surgery by Dr. Alexandra Schnee, D.C Posted Fri 23 Jul 2010 4:09pm Given a choice, patients diagnosed with severe knee pain would much rather undergo non-invasive, conservative treatments such as cold laser and physiotherapy first instead of having to undergo knee surgery. That is the reason patients with severe knee pain flock to Dallas Cold Laser Doctor, Alexandra Schnee, D.C., at the DFW Spine & Joint Center ... Read on »
Arthritis Knee Pain - 2 Simple Steps to Stop Arthritis Knee Pain - Without Medication Or Surgery by meital j. Posted Wed 11 Aug 2010 11:04pm Arthritis knee pain does not discriminate. It can strike anyone, anywhere and at any age. The awful pain and discomfort caused by arthritis is hard to describe to someone who hasn't experienced it: The stiffness, the burning, the inflammation and swelling, the constant creaking and popping, the pain when you stand and walk - Words are not ... Read on »
Knee Surgery Done with a Robot - MAKOPlasty Tactile Guidance System™ by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 08 May 2009 10:42pm This is almost like having GPS for your knee surgery and this story is about a 72 year old man who underwent the procedure at a hospital in the Los Angeles area.  The robot surgery procedure is available so far at around 20 hospitals in the US.  You can find a listing of surgeons who perform the robotic knee surgery here.   The procedure and ... Read on »
Knee Surgery Out-of-pocket Expenses by outofpocket Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 11 Jul 2009 12:01am New hope for damaged knees .  After more than twenty years of competitive running, the cartilage on my knee was destroyed and I could no longer run.  My determination to run again and to continue being active for many more years to come led me to Dr. Brian Cole, head of the Cartilage Restoration Center at Rush University Medical Center.  Dr. ... Read on »