If you are suffering severe knee pain you may have made the decision to have a knee replacement operation. Your doctor has probably explained to you many of the benefits and some of the details of your procedure. You are undoubtedly looking forward to restored mobility, loss of the pain you are currently experiencing, and resuming many of your regular activities. It is important that you are also be mindful of the fact that no recovery occurs without patience and due diligence throughout the healing process.
If you or someone you love has experienced ongoing pain and instability in the knee, your doctors may suggest a double knee replacement, also sometimes called a Bilateral total knee arthroplasty.This procedure, which replaces the injured/Worn out knees with prosthetic (artificial) joints, can lead to significant pain relief and Increased mobility. These results have the potential to significantly improve a patient’s quality of life. At The Knee Klink, we exclusively perform knee operations, so we are not only intimately familiar with the procedure itself, but also with the questions and concerns that patients and their families have about bilateral total knee replacement recovery.
The combination of foot and ankle consists of 26 bones, 33 joints and an excess of 100 tendons. The longest bone present in the foot is the heel. Over usage or injury to the heel would lead you to experience pain in the heels. The severity of the heal pain can range from mild to excruciating.
Sport injuries are generally sustained when an athlete competes, practices or exercises. A number of factors such as poor training techniques, accidents, improper equipment or overuse of a particular body muscle can cause a sports injury; most of these injuries are acute in nature. Acute Knee Injuries occur due to sudden trauma or a twisting action and the pain can range from mild to extremely severe. The severity of the pain depends on how the injury had been sustained in the very first place. Listed below are some common injuries that are associated with the knee