What Are The Benefits of Total Knee Replacement?
If you have been relatively healthy all of your life, you probably have not given much thought to how much you put your knees through. You rely on properly functioning knees for everyday activities like walking, sitting, standing, climbing up and down stairs, and even driving. When you add in activities like physical labor, athletics, dancing, or other strenuous pursuits, good knee function is critical to your overall physical performance. Knees help you move, keep you upright, and bear your weight.
What Are the Symptoms of Torn Knee Tendons?
There’s no question that knees get a lot of use: walking, climbing stairs, squatting, kneeling, running, and even sitting and standing. And if you play sports, work out, or dance, you can add things like jumping, pivoting, juking, and sprinting to the list. 
When Is Partial Knee Resurfacing The Better Option?
The knee is the body’s largest joint, and one of the most heavily used parts of the body. Properly functioning knees are critical for balance, movement, and bearing weight. Nearly every normal daily activity involves knee functionality. So it is not surprising that, when you experience a knee problem, you want a solution.
What Is Arthroscopic Surgery?
Arthroscopic knee surgery can provide you with a highly effective way of treating knee injuries and knee pain. Wondering how it works? Here's a little more information on this treatment option.
Knee Replacement vs. Knee Resurfacing
vities you love. Issues with cartilage in the knee, as well as other problems with your knee anatomy, may lead you to consider total knee replacement surgery or knee resurfacing. We're here to tell you the difference between the two and the best way to determine which is the right choice.
Xray vs mri
Tuesday, 19 October 2021 / Published in Full Knee, MRI, Xray
X-ray vs MRI
Oftentimes, patients experiencing knee pain visit an orthopedist toward the end of a long healthcare journey.  More than half of Dr. Tchejeyan’s patients come to him after they’ve already met with a primary care doctor, physical therapist, rheumatologist, or chiropractor.  With each case, the initial patient perception is that the MRI is the test of