Knee conditions often involve disease or injury which can disturb the normal functioning of the knee joint. This can result in knee pain, weakness, instability, and limited movement.
With longer life expectancy and greater activity levels, joint replacement is being performed in greater numbers on patients thanks to new advances in artificial joint technology.
This joint is formed by two or more bones that are connected by thick bands of tissue called ligaments.
The knee is the largest joint in the body and is made up of three main parts:
The lower end of the thigh bone, or femur.
The upper end of the shin bone, or tibia.
The kneecap, or patella.
At some time in life, you may experience knee pain.
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Normally, all of the parts of the knee joint work together and the joint moves easily and without pain. However, disease or injury can disturb the normal functioning of a joint, which can result in knee pain, muscle weakness, and limited movement.
And with longer life expectancies and greater activity levels, joint replacement is being performed in greater numbers on younger patients thanks to new advances in artificial joint technology.
Why Joint Replacement at Great Lakes Orthopedics & Sports Medicine.
All of the surgeons of Great Lakes Orthopedics & Sports Medicine are specialty trained, experienced, and skilled in total joint replacement, thus providing each patient with superior knowledge and expertise in their chosen area of sub specialization.
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The information found on this site is for general orthopedic purposes only. In a medical emergency please dial 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Room.
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