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.
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.
Monday, 24 April 2023 / Published in Full Knee, Knee Cartilage
What Happens When the Cartilage In Your Knee Is Gone
The knee is a weight-bearing joint, and the health of the cartilage in the knee is essential for maintaining normal function.
How Is Patellar Tendonitis Diagnosed
However, when you injure your knee, it is frequently difficult to tell what part of the knee is damaged and what the nature of the injury is.
What Causes Knee Bursitis to Flare Up
The bursae are small, slippery sacs filled with fluid that help the bones and muscles in your joints to glide more easily.
Friday, 24 March 2023 / Published in Knee Surgery
How Long Do Knee Tendons Take To Heal
Torn knee tendons are common among athletes, active individuals, and those who engage in high-impact, repetitive activities.
Friday, 17 March 2023 / Published in Knee Surgery
How Can You Lower the Risk for an ACL Injury
For an athlete, an ACL injury can be devastating, causing impairment of the joint for an extended period or even permanently.
Friday, 03 March 2023 / Published in Knee Surgery
How Can You Stop Knee Arthritis From Getting Worse
Knee arthritis can affect anyone of any age, although it is more common in athletes or other highly active individuals and older people.
Friday, 03 February 2023 / Published in Knee Surgery
What Are the Signs of Knee Arthritis
Arthritis is a common condition that currently afflicts almost a quarter of adults in the United States.