Osteoarthritis: Managing Joint Pain and Staying Active
Osteoarthritis is not a specific disease but a degenerative condition characterized by the gradual breakdown of the cartilage covering the ends of bones at the joints.
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.
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.
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.
How Does MAKO Joint Repair Work
Hip, shoulder, and knee injuries and degenerative conditions in the joints can cause intense pain and even a complete loss of mobility.
How To Tell if Your ACL Is Torn or Sprained
Your ACL, or anterior cruciate ligament, is one of the main ligaments in your knee joint.
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.
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.
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.
5 Things to Avoid If You Have a Dislocated Kneecap
The most common symptom of this kind of tendonitis is pain below the kneecap.