Suffering from a meniscus tear can damper anyone’s quality of life. A torn meniscus usually creates a localized pain in the knee when twisting or squatting. People can often sit, walk, stand or even run without much pain. Many meniscus tears can be treated with physical therapy and recovery is possible within several months. Others, require more extensive treatment.
Dr. Benjamin Bieber
Arthritis slowly deteriorates a person’s joints causing pain, inflammation, and disability. In this condition, cartilage tissue breaks down eventually leading to bone on bone friction, where bones rub against each other during movement causing pain. At this point, doctors often recommend joint replacement surgery. It is possible to repair your joint and stop bone on bone friction without invasive surgery.
A tear in the shoulder is a long-lasting injury disabling the shoulder and putting it at constant risk. The most common shoulder injury is a rotator cuff tear but there may be other mild tears in your shoulder such as a biceps tendon tear. Regardless, you will likely get an MRI to determine the exact damage in your shoulder and your doctor will then recommend treatment.
Arthritis is a degenerative process that breaks down the cartilage in the joint. It can wreak havoc in any joint throughout the body causing chronic inflammation and disability. Currently, there is no known cure for Arthritis and many people suffering with Arthritis are recommended for joint replacement surgery. It is possible to fully repair a damaged joint without surgery.
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