Treatments are available when facing arthritis in your knees
Here's a typical patient scenario: A middle-aged active person in his or her 40s or early 50s has a painful knee injury, sees an orthopaedic surgeon, has an MRI and undergoes a knee arthroscopy or 'knee scope.' The procedure goes well and the doctor tells the person it's 'torn cartilage.' The doctor also says there is some arthritis in the knee.
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#1 Mar 14, 2012
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#2 Jun 13, 2012
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