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Say goodbye to knee pain with these effective remedies
Knee pain is very common and can be caused by lots of things, from arthritis to injury. The problem could be in the joints themselves, or indicate an issue with the tendons (the cords that attach muscle to bone) or ligaments (which connect the thigh bone to the lower leg bones to stabilize the knee).
Knee arthritis most common orthopedic disorder in Iran
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Knee surgery for torn cartilage may not be worthwhile
Many middle-aged and older adults with torn cartilage and pain in their knee are not likely to benefit from so-called arthroscopic surgery, a review of past studies suggests.
Most hip and knee replacements 'last longer than thought'
Eight out of 10 knee replacements and six out of 10 hip replacements last as long as 25 years, said a large study from the University of Bristol.
Doctors use lab-grown cartilage to heal knee injury
For the thousands of Canadians who suffer serious knee injuries each year, their only option is often surgery to replace the damaged joint with a plastic or metal implant.
Common knee surgery doesn’t help older adults
Many older adults are getting surgery to remove damaged cartilage in the knee even though these operations may not help ease pain or improve mobility in people over 65, a new study suggested.
Iran conducts 10,000 knee surgeries each year
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Knee arthritis, most common joint disease
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Surgery won’t help degenerative knee problems
Surgery won’t cure chronic knee pain, ‘locking’, ‘clicking’, a torn meniscus, or other problems related to knee arthritis, according to a panel of international experts.
3D-printable knee implants may help damaged knees
Researchers have developed a cartilage-mimicking material made from 3D-printed hydrogel that may one day allow 3D-printed knee implants in humans.
Knee, hip replacement surgery 'almost twice as likely to fail in smokers'
Knee and hip replacement operations are almost twice as likely to fail in smokers, according to new research.
Knee injuries among Iranians above global average
A senior specialist has warned about the frequency of knee injuries among Iranians.
Knee replacement might raise hip fracture risk
There could be a downside to knee replacement: As people get more active, their odds for hip and spinal fractures rise, a new study suggests.
New way for better knee injury treatments
A new study by researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Delaware has suggested that fibrocartilage tissue in the knee is comprised of a more varied molecular structure than researchers previously appreciated.
Knee, hip replacements may be bad for heart
Contrary to recent reports, Boston-based researchers found that osteoarthritis patients who had total knee or hip joint replacement surgery, known as arthroplasty, were at increased risk of heart attack (myocardial infarction) in the early post-operative period.

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