Who is a Good Candidate for Arthroscopic Knee Surgery?
The knees are the strongest joint in the entire human body. They have to support most of your body weight, and they also provide your overall mobility.
Is Total Knee Replacement the Right Procedure for Me?
Knee pain is quite common, particularly as we age. This is especially the case with people who have engaged in activities that put extra stress on the knees, such as construction work, athletics, warehouse jobs, and delivery jobs.
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.
Common Misconceptions About Joint Replacement Surgery
If you are struggling to function normally because of a problem with one of your joints, your doctor might recommend joint replacement surgery. While the proper surgery is a great way to rejuvenate your body and repair joint damage, many people are hesitant because they are worried about the long-term consequences. Today, we'll discuss some common misconceptions and have a closer look at knee anatomy and how repairing cartilage in the knee can be beneficial for you.
The Tools Used For Orthopedic Surgery
oint problems are extremely common, with about one-third of patients experiencing them in any given 30-day period. Fortunately, surgery repairing the cartilage in the knee, hip, or shoulder is relatively straightforward. A qualified surgeon is able to accurately assess your knee anatomy and make a decision about what tools to use to repair it.
Post Surgery Rehabilitation: What To Expect
When it comes to orthopedic surgery, rehabilitation of your joints begins almost immediately.  Whether you’ve had partial or total joint replacement surgery for the hip, knee, shoulder, spine, wrist, hand, foot, or ankle – Dr. Tchejeyan won’t send you home without a plan to get you moving around as quickly and safely as possible! And
When To Have Knee Surgery For Arthritis
The decision to have knee arthritis surgery is best made between you and your orthopedic surgeon, but when your knee pain begins to interfere with your everyday activities, it might be time for surgery. Knee Replacement Surgery is a routine surgery performed on more than 600,000 people worldwide each year. More than 90% of people