Sports injuries are a constant concern for athletes. They can all cause permanent damage to careers if not noticed, cared for, and allowed to heal.
Many suffer from both knee and hip pain and need replacements for both. When in this situation, which one do you replace first? Does it matter? The answer is yes.
Joint Replacement surgery is known as Arthroplasty in medical terminology and applies to any process where the natural joint is replaced with an artificial implant. Joints require replacement when they are not functioning due to wear, disease, or injury.
Knee replacement surgery is one of the effective treatments to regain an active and healthy life. With the ease in routine life movements and exercise flexibility provided after the procedure, knee replacement is a worthy choice for post-injury recovery or knee damage due to aging.
The patient's doctor determines the recovery plan, and there can be different requirements for different people. The following is the general plan followed by most knee replacement patients.