Total Knee Replacement

Total Knee Replacement

Knee replacement, commonly known as knee arthroplasty or a total knee replacement, is an operation to repair an arthritis-damaged knee. The kneecap and the caps on the ends of the bones that make up the knee joint are made of metal and plastic.

Knee replacements typically reduce pain, increase mobility, and enhance overall quality of life for patients. Additionally, the majority of knee replacements should live longer than 15 years. You can often resume the majority of daily activities, including shopping and light housecleaning, three to six weeks after surgery.

Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are the two disorders that cause joint replacement surgery the most frequently. However, there are other causes of joint discomfort, such as inherited illnesses, developmental issues, and trauma, which could potentially result in joint replacement.

Five Warning Signs You May Need Knee Replacement Surgery

  1. persistent or recurring discomfort
  2. You can’t sleep because of the ache.
  3. You have trouble walking and climbing stairs, among other daily tasks.
  4. Your knees are swollen or stiff.
  5. A knee bending in or out is referred to as a knee deformity.

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