Having Surgery? Be Prepared

When it comes to joint replacement, be ready to take an active role in getting the best outcome.

When knee, hip or shoulder arthritis seriously limits your ability to function, it may be time to consider joint replacement surgery. These surgeries have a long track record of helping people restore and maintain a high level of functioning. But a successful outcome depends on more than just the surgery. “To get a great outcome, […]
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