Pain After Joint Replacement

Persistent pain may signal a problem that needs attention.


When symptoms of osteoarthritis are no longer manageable with nonsurgical measures, many people turn to joint replacement. Total hip replacement and total knee replacement are two of the most common elective surgeries performed in the United States, and they have a high rate of success.

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