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Oct 20 2014
What is Partial Knee Replacement Surgery?

By: Brett Greenky  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Partial Knee Replacement (unicompartmental knee replacement) is an operation that has been around for more than 60years! It actually was the precursor to today’s modern Total Knee Replacement operation. The operation has gone through many evolutions along the way and today is a very technical and highly successful operation when applied to the right patient. This operation enjoys superior results compared to Total Knee Replacement (TKR) in many characteristics including: natural feel, range of motion, stair climbing ability, speed of recovery after surgery and longevity of survivorship. Any individual patient with knee arthritis may or may not be a candidate for this procedure.

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Oct 9 2014
New Treatments For Cartilage Injuries

By: Todd Battaglia  Blog: Care That Moves You

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New Cartilage Treatment for Athletes and Young Individuals

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Oct 9 2014
How to get the most out of your doctor’s visit: be prepared,

By: Blog Administrator  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Learn how to get the most out of your next doctor's visit.

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Sep 21 2014
Common Questions Regarding Carpal Tunnel

By: John Fatti  Blog: Care That Moves You

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Who is at risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome?

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Nov 11 2013
End of the First Day

By: Frank Panzetta  Blog: Care That Moves You

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By the middle of the day, the pace, the mental and emotional stress of the communications, and the physical stress of the logistics, were beginning to take its toll. However, at the end of the day, there was, esperanza!

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