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by Sarah Margerison, PT, DPT You are tired of dealing with the stiffness, swelling, and pain associated with knee arthritis and have finally decided to schedule your partial or total knee replacement surgery. Your friends and family have told you
Electric scooters, or e-scooters, are a popular transportation trend popping up in cities around the country. They started off in big cities like New York and San Francisco, and now they’ve made their way to cities around Virginia, including
by Ryan Robertson, MD Key Points The knee is made up of three compartments: medial, lateral and patellofemoral Partial knee replacements are a joint replacement for arthritis of one or two parts of the knee isolated to those affected joint
by Cyrus S. Kump II, MD For anyone with hip or knee arthritis, this article is for you. I am a board-certified orthopedic surgeon at OrthoVirginia specializing in hip, knee, partial knee, and shoulder replacement. I have been performing knee and hip
by Ryan N. Robertson, MDKey Points Arthritis is damage to the joints that results in changes to the joint lining, cartilage, ligaments and bones. The goal of arthritis treatment is to decrease pain and improve function. Exercise is an important
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