Thursday, 14 September 2023 / Published in Athlete Knee Care
Managing Bursitis in the Knee: Treatment and Prevention Strategies
Bursitis in the knee can impact your quality of life, impeding your ability to enjoy or even undertake everyday activities.
Monday, 04 September 2023 / Published in Post Surgery
Nutrition and Knees: Foods That Promote Joint Health
Eating the right foods can help proactively prevent injury and is also critical in post-surgery recovery.
Thursday, 24 August 2023 / Published in Uncategorized
Preventing Knee Arthritis in Active Individuals: Lifestyle Changes and Exercise
Taking proactive steps to prevent knee arthritis is essential for active individuals who wish to maintain mobility and independence.
Monday, 14 August 2023 / Published in Full Knee
The Role of Physical Therapy in Knee Rehabilitation
Adhering faithfully to a physical therapy regimen following surgery is critical for restoring mobility and strength.
Friday, 04 August 2023 / Published in Athlete Knee Care
Common Knee Injuries In Athletes
Here are some of the most common knee injuries TJN Ortho sees in athletes, their causes, and the available treatments.
Monday, 24 July 2023 / Published in Arthritis, Arthritis Surgery
Can You Get Rheumatoid Arthritis in Your Knees
RA originates in the synovium, the soft membrane that lines your joints and protects them.
Thursday, 13 July 2023 / Published in Dr Greg Tchejeyan
What Are the Most Serious Ligament Injuries
Since your ligaments support your bones and help with flexibility, a total tear will severely limit your mobility.
Tuesday, 04 July 2023 / Published in Arthritis
How To Treat a Meniscus Tear in an Arthritic Knee
Four bones meet at the knee joint: the femur (in your thigh), the tibia and fibula (in the calf and shin), and the patella (kneecap).
Knee Tendon or Ligament: 4 Ways to Tell What’s Injured
The last thing you want is a severe knee injury, knowing it might mean curbing your activities for an extended period.
5 Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgery for Common Knee Injuries
MIS is sometimes called laparoscopy when the surgical procedure occurs in a body cavity and arthroscopy when the surgical procedure is for a joint.