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  1. Knee and Hip Exercises for Osteoarthritis

    The old slogan, “Move it or lose it,” applies especially to people with osteoarthritis. “Just like for anyone else, physical activity is important for overall health,” says Steffany Haaz, PhD, a health behaviorist at the Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center. “But it’s even more important for people with a

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  2. Keep Your Joints Healthy Every Day

    Living with osteoarthritis is a long-term proposition. It’s your job to stay active and keep your joints healthy so that you can do the things you want and need to do, as independently as you can, for as long as you can. “There’s nothing that I as a physician can do to slow the progression of osteoa

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  3. Walking to Ease Knee Pain

    It's a catch-22 when you have knee pain from osteoarthritis. It hurts, so you don't want to move. But if you exercise, it can eventually make your knees feel better. "I've gone a period of time when I haven’t moved a joint much and, when I first start, it's a little bit sore," says Denver physical t

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  4. Hormone Therapy & Joint Replacement Surgery in Women

    By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Jan. 23, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Women who start hormone replacement therapy after having had hip or knee replacement surgery may cut their risk of needing another procedure in the same joint by nearly 40 percent, a new study suggests. About 2 percent

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  5. Broccoli Could Help Fight Arthritis

    Aug. 28, 2013 -- A compound found in broccoli could help prevent or slow the progress of the most common form of arthritis. Osteoarthritis is a joint disease caused by the breakdown of cartilage and bone in joints. It most often affects the hands, feet, spine, hips, and knees. The main symptoms are

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  6. Shoe Inserts Don't Help Arthritic Knee Pain: Study

    By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Aug. 20 (HealthDay News) -- Lateral wedge shoe inserts don't appear to relieve pain in patients suffering from osteoarthritis of the knee, a new study finds. These inexpensive plastic inserts (or insoles) are designed to shift body weight from the insid

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  7. Pain After Knee Surgery

    A WebMD Community member says that three weeks after knee surgery, he is still taking narcotic pain medication on a regular basis for unbearable pain. He says he thought his pain would be better by now and he would be off the strong medicine. He asks other members if they've had similar experiences.

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  8. Range of Motion After Knee Surgery

    After having knee replacement surgery a couple of months ago, a WebMD Community member says rehab was going well. He says his range of motion kept increasing, but then stalled. His doctor suggested manual manipulation under twilight anesthesia as the only way to increase his range. He asked other co

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  9. Aspirin May Equal Pricier Drug for Preventing Clots

    By Serena Gordon HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, June 4 (HealthDay News) -- Aspirin appears to be just as good as more expensive, more potent blood-thinning medication for preventing blood clots after hip replacement surgery, according to new research. People who get artificial hips are at risk of serio

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  10. Joint Replacement May Reinvigorate Sex Life

    By Barbara Bronson Gray HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, March 19 (HealthDay News) -- Although most people get a total hip or knee replacement to decrease pain and move around more easily, a team of orthopedic surgeons has discovered an unexpected benefit: people enjoy sex more after surgery. A new study

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