Replacing Multiple Joints

Joint replacement are usually done one at a time.


When osteoarthritis in the hip or knee becomes severe enough to interfere with your ability to function and it can no longer be managed with nonsurgical measures, it may be time to consider joint replacement. But what if more than one joint is affected?

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