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I just dug out of bed after too little sleep and a short painful night. I think everyone has experienced at least a few of these miserable times. You know the kind; you're sound asleep and all relaxed when you unconsciously roll over onto or bump into that unhappy arthritic joint , and shoots pain everywhere!!! I tried to resettle and find a less painful position, but just as I fell asleep again my dog (who sleeps with me) gave a sharp little yelp. Evidently, my dog was having one of those doggy dreams. Of course, by that time, I was wide awake. I finally gave up and got out of bed for the day after watching the numbers on my alarm clock for an interminable amount of time. 3 AM---YUUUCK!!! I've been understandably stressed, since in a few short days I have my first two for real-professional photography shows. For years, my friends have all said that I really needed more marketing for my framed nature photography, since I'm really good at what I do. Okay, two or ...
When the pain of arthritis doesn't go away, replacing the problem joint may be an option. For the knee, the procedure to implant a new joint is called total knee arthroplasty (TKA). For most patients, TKA gives pain-free motion and return of function. For a small number of patients, the result isn't good. Painful swelling and loss of function can make them wish they'd never had the procedure. These patients can be helped. The doctor must make a careful search to find the cause of the problem before correcting it. There are many possible causes for a painful TKA. Problems from inside the knee may be the cause of painful symptoms. Recent changes in the design of the joint implant have helped solve some of these problems. Infection and bleeding are the first two things the doctor looks for. This can be assessed using laboratory test results. Scar tissue and pinching of the joint lining can cause a painful, stiff knee. This can be found using an arthroscope. The scope is a slender device wit...
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