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What Are Your Knee Replacement Options If You're Under 50?

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If you find yourself dealing with frequent or chronic knee pain caused from an improperly healed meniscal tear, osteoarthritis, or other condition, you may be wondering whether a partial or total knee replacement is the right option for you. However, many orthopedic surgeons are reluctant to perform this operation on younger patients, as these artificial joints will need to be periodically replaced. If you’re under age 50 and aren’t sure your knee will be able to make it to age 60 (the age at which most surgeons are willing to perform a knee replacement), do you have any other options?…

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What Changes Should You Make to Better Accommodate a Disabled Relative in Your Home?

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If you’ve been charged with the physical and personal care of an elderly relative after his or her release from the hospital, you may be wondering what you can do to make your home safer and more comfortable. Because many hospitals and other skilled care facilities have certain rules in place requiring a home to be suitable for a patient’s condition, you may need to begin making these arrangements sooner rather than later.…

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4 Commonly Asked Questions Regarding Equine Chiropractors

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If you currently own a horse or run a stable, you’ve undoubtedly come across a horse with stiff hamstrings or an unevenness when striding. What you may not know, however, is that there are special chiropractors trained to treat these problems, allowing your horse to continue pain-free and with a full range of mobility. For those who may be unfamiliar with this practice, below are four commonly asked questions regarding equine chiropractors:…

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