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* Patient's Perspective on Preparing For A TKR
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Nine Year Post-TKR Update

Hi everyone. I regularly get asked about my tkr – or total knee replacement – updates. It’s nice to know that my insight is helpful to so many of you. The time has come for another one.

It is hard to believe that nine years have already passed since I had my total knee […]

Remembering A Hip Replacement

Hi my favorite readers! While reading through Internet website listings, I came upon ads for hip replacement. It brought back memories of working in orthopaedics and seeing a video of this surgery. I thought it would be interesting to share…

You are probably familiar with cooking a whole chicken. You might need to debone the […]

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Hi my favorite readers!

Are you going to have a total knee replacement or know of someone who is? I have some information that will help.

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Worthy Knee Info Sites

Hi my favorite readers! I’ve been doing online research regarding knee surgeries, including total knee replacements and came across a couple of worthy sites I wanted to pass along…

Sinai Hospital:
http://www.lifebridgehealth.org/sinaibody.cfm?id=4092

Orthopedic Associates of West Florida:
http://orthowestfl.com/knee.shtml#Activities_Knee_Replacement

Enjoy!

20-Month Post TKR Update

It’s hard to believe it’s been that long. Anyways, I thought it would be a good idea to give an update regarding the ongoing saga of my tkr.

I have been very fortunate in that I have not had any complications, infections or negative results from my total knee replacement. When I read stories about […]

Helpful Website about Knees

Hi Everyone! While doing online research, I came upon an informative website you may be interested in. Its all about knees, one of our favorite subjects. 🙂 It’s maintained by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

It’s titled “Save Your Knees” and is found at: http://www.saveyourknees.org

For some reason the link isn’t going […]

Knee Exercises & TKR

While searching the web, I found an informative site belonging to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) that I wanted to share. The following link contains a page full of helpful exercises for those recuperating from a tkr. It doesn’t seem that long ago. Ahh…memories…

http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=A00301

Different Perspectives on a TKR Surgery

It is always interesting to me to hear stories about someone’s experience while undergoing a total knee replacement, or any joint replacement – for that matter. This is due to the fact that there are anesthesiology options available for one undergoing a tkr. You find this out when meeting with the anesthesiologist. […]