Hip Osteoarthritis (Degenerative Arthritis of the Hip)
WebMD explains osteoarthritis of the hip joint, from diagnosis to prevention and how to manage the pain.
Coping With Arthritis
Coping with arthritis may lead to anxiety, depression, and social isolation. WebMD offers suggestions for getting help for the emotional aspects of living with a chronic illness.
Why Rehab Is So Important
When you have hip replacement surgery or knee replacement surgery, rehab is key to get your new joint working.
Questions for Doctor: Knee and Hip Surgery
If you're considering hip replacement or knee replacement surgery, here are some questions you should ask your doctor first.
11 Knee Pain Dos and Don’ts
Get tips to help knee pain.
10 Quick Facts About Knee and Hip Osteoarthritis
If you have osteoarthritis in your hip or knee, you should know these 10 things about symptoms, relief, exercise, joint replacement, and more.
Preparing for Knee Replacement Surgery
More than 540,000 knees are replaced each year in the U.S. -- and more than 90% of the people who get them have a dramatic reduction in pain.
Timeline: Hip Replacement Surgery
What to expect after hip replacement surgery -- from the day of the operation to three months later.
Preparing for Hip Replacement Surgery
Hip replacement has become a common and safe surgery. Use these tips to speed your recovery after surgery and help assure a successful result.
Understanding Gout -- Basics
Learn basic information about gout from the experts at WebMD.