How To Avoid Arthritis Knee Surgery (knee Replacement Surgery) And Relieve Pain - Nurse's Guide Posted By: Helen Hecker
If your knees are aching and it hurts to climb the stairs, kneel over to pick anything up or work in your garden you likely have or have already been diagnosed with arthritis - osteoarthritis. Maybe you've already had a series of knee injections and take a lot of anti-inflammatory medications but you still are feeling the knee pain. And now you're thinking about arthritis knee surgery - knee replacement surgery.
Many doctors give you something to take away or relieve the pain but there are many others who try to approach the pain in a different way. If osteoarthritis is the only diagnosis you have that affects your knees then there are some things you can do or try. Assuming you have been cleared by your doctors to exercise your knees that is. When you look at x-rays of the knees you can see that there isn't much support anymore for the knees and many think their only option is knee replacement surgery. Knee replacement surgery is expensive and only lasts for between 10 and 15 years or so. Plus you'll have plenty of exercises you'll need to do after the surgery and physical therapy.arthritis knee surgery exercise knee replacement surgery arthritis pain relief osteoarthritis knees