Orthopaedics - Joint Replacement
What is Orthopaedics - Joint Replacement
Bones connect at joints, like elbows, shoulders and knees, to help us bend and move. Sometimes these joints become damaged from arthritis, injury or other causes. When damage is severe or does not respond to nonsurgical forms of treatment, a joint replacement is needed. Joint replacement is a surgical procedure that removes the damaged part of the joint and replaces it with a prosthetic part. Prosthetic parts may be made of metal, plastic or ceramic and they replicate the natural movement of the joint.
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