Kneeling after total knee joint replacement is not a problem for most patients. For others though, kneeling can be a problem. The really interesting question is- why? Why is kneeling a problem for some patients? A key point in considering this topic is that the knee prosthesis is more than
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In an ideal world, your knees would move smoothly without making any sorts of strange noises. Noisy knees are commonplace though and for the most part, creaking knees are not something to be overly concerned about. A creaking sound or feeling in your knees is most likely coming from the
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By strict definition, arthritis is defined as “joint inflammation” i.e. the “arthr” denoting part of the latin term for joint, while the “itis” denotes the latin suffix for inflammation. The “osteo” in osteoarthritis denotes the latin term for bone. So the term osteoarthritis, technically describes bone + joint + inflammation.
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