If you plan to have knee surgery, or recently had one, then you certainly need to avoid these common mistakes, to make your surgery a success!
There are many things you can do to overcome depression. Most important is to act – not just think about acting. Here we discuss some self-help activities that are known to get you in the better mood.
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Feeling sad or depressed? Want to be happy again? Try mindfulness meditation and boost neurotransmitters which help combat sadness. Learn in this week’s post.
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Here is collection of knee exercise videos, some with unconventional thought, to help relieve that nagging pain in the knee. The usual treatment for knee pain includes pain management and ultimately knee replacement surgery (Though Dr. Bergman’s video proposes that knee surgery can be avoided, more in the last part of this article). Exercises strengthen muscles around the knee, improving support for bones and reducing stress on the cartilage. If started in early phase of osteoarthritis, they can delay or eliminate the need for surgery. In following videos we learn exercises for thigh and hip muscles, kneecap, joint alignment and cartilage growth.
Joint degeneration starts at younger age – finally leading to arthritis. If you are beginning to feel the symptoms, it is important to understand what is happening to your knee and take measures to delay or avoid arthritis. What should you do to avoid going down the path to knee replacement surgery?