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[GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: Surgical Procedure] There is a reason why U.S.News and World Report consistently recognizes the MedStar Union Memorial Orthopedic program as one of the top 50 in the nation. Our knee surgeons are some of the most experienced in the country and provide unparalleled surgical expertise. Plus, our total joint replacement program at MedStar Union Memorial is a unique, patient-centered experience where preparation for surgery, post-surgical care and physical therapy are all managed by our multidisciplinary staff-making us the number one total joint replacement program in central Maryland. Learn more: 🤍
LIVE SURGERY by Prof. Bellemans - Total Knee Replacement This live video will show you a Total Knee Replacement Surgery done by Prof. Dr. Bellemans. #Kneeprosthesis #Kneearthroplasty #Journeyknee
At the Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust we are very aware that recovering from Knee Replacement surgery doesn't just happen in the first 6 weeks after the operation. In this video consultant orthopaedic surgeons MIKE RISEBURY, NIGEL ROSSITER and ADRIAN WILSON review what you should expect in the weeks and months to come... ... when you can return to work, start to drive, play sport, resume sexual relations etc. The video also looks at what to do if you're concerned that things may not be progressing as smoothly as expected. To find out more, get in touch with our team, and access a range of downloadable support documents and post-op exercise information visit 🤍hipandknee.tv.
Care for Your Knee After Knee Replacement Surgery In this video, Dr. Mark Hammerberg, provides details on two important activities to help during recovery from knee replacement surgery. Denver Health's Orthopedics department offers many different types of treatments to help you, including surgical and non-surgical options. To find out if surgery is right for you, visit DenverHealth.org/Orthopedics or call 303-602-1590 to make an appointment.
3 Ways to Save Your Knees - Knee Safety - Prevent Knee Pain No matter what you do for a living - construction, warehouse, nursing or other forms of healthcare, public safety, retail - or any other job that requires you to carry loads or be on your feet for long periods of time, you should know how to take care of your knees. A runner knows that knee warm-ups and stretches are vitally important to knee health and performance. It's twice as important in the workplace because if you injure your knee it can cost you plenty, not only in wages, but in the pain it causes. Risk management begins with health & safety training. Proper training about footwear and work shoes reduces the chance for injury, and this affects employer's costs for liability and workers compensation insurance. That's why toolbox talks should occasionally focus on stretching and other safety topics related to knees. OSHA and other government safety agencies know the importance of preventing knee injuries and dealing with everyday knee pain. Orthopedic associations give plenty of advice on how to deal with, but more importantly, how to prevent knee pain. This short video discusses three ways to save your knees and help ensure they stay healthy for a lifetime of service. We post new safety videos on a regular basis. Subscribe to our channel and see every new video: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 "Are Your Workers Begging for Knee Injury Protection?" 🤍 OSHA Ergonomics E-Tool: 🤍 NIOSH - Preventing Knee Injuries and Disorders in Carpet Layers: 🤍 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons publication "Common Knee Injuries": 🤍
Damage to the knee cartilage can sometimes repair itself. Professor Ali Ghoz, a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon, explains when this is possible and when the knee damage needs further treatment from a specialist. To book an appointment with Professor Ali Ghoz, visit his Top Doctors' profile: 🤍
Check out this video to learn about the alignment and adjustment of the Total Knee 2000 and 2100, mutiaxial hydraulic prosthetic knees. The video shows you: - the assembly of the complete leg - the alignment reference points at the foot, knee, and socket level - the adjustment options and their results in gait
In this video Professor Bellemans explains 5 things you must know before you get a knee replacement. Why is your knee replacement painful?: 🤍 00:00 Introduction 00:06 Do you have bone on bone friction? 01:09 Do you need unicompartimental or full knee replacement? 02:07 15% is unsatisfied after a knee replacement 02:30 Are the specifics of a knee implant important? 03:15 Do you need robot surgery? 03:55 The 5 things you must know before getting a knee replacement 🤍 🤍 Infographics: 🤍
Hear about knee surgery at The Cherwell Hospital from Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Kordas. The hospital provides access to high quality, patient centered healthcare services for private, insured, and NHS patients within the local community and further afield. Find out more about The Cherwell Hospital: 🤍 Find out more about Ramsay Health Care UK: 🤍 You can find us on Facebook and Twitter: 🤍 🤍
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Learn about VA ratings for knee conditions and Pain during this edition of CCK LIVE. Learn the common knee conditions Veterans experience, how they're rated, special Veterans Law considerations to be on the lookout for in your decisions, C&P examinations for knee conditions, and tips for building a strong VA claim! Leave us a question or comment below! READ the blog post here: 🤍 Table of Contents: 0:00 Introduction 0:35 Ways to Get VA Service Connection for Knee Pain and Conditions: #1 Direct Service Connection 2:02 Secondary Service Connection for Knee Conditions and Pain 2:40 Service Connection by Aggravation for Knee Conditions and Pain 4:02 Common VA Knee Disabilities: Limitation of Flexion of the Knee VA Ratings 5:55 Common VA Knee Disabilities: Limitation of Extension of the Knee VA Ratings 7:50 Common VA Knee Disabilities: Instability of the Knee VA Ratings 9:43 Lay Evidence and How it Can Help Your Knee Pain VA Claim 10:23 Common VA Knee Disabilities: Knee Replacement VA Ratings 11:37 Common VA Knee Disabilities: Meniscus and ACL Knee Disabilities 12:12 Can Veterans be Rated for Multiple Conditions of the Same Knee? Plus, Pyramiding 13:55 Can Veterans Get VA Disability for Knee Pain? How? 14:50 VA’s Painful Motion Rule: 10% Ratings 15:35 When Both Knees Have Disabilities: VA’s Bilateral Factor Rule 17:40 VA’s Functional Loss Rule 18:53 VA’s Major Joint Rule and Arthritis of the Knees 20:25 Compensation and Pension (C&P) Exams for Knee Pain and Conditions: What to Watch Out For 22:24 Common Mistakes We See VA Make at Knee C&P Exams 23:09 How Veterans Can Improve Their Claims for Knee Conditions and Pain & Tips for C&P Exams 25:00 Closing Thoughts: Advice from CCK’s Veterans Advocates Feel free to ask questions, give us feedback, or request new veterans' law topics below! And don't forget to SUBSCRIBE so you won’t miss future videos. Visit our website at cck-law.com.
This session is designed to educate both patients and their family members on how to prepare for their upcoming total knee replacement. They will learn what to expect in hospital and how to prepare for their return home. Details around the surgical process, length of stay and discharge process are discussed. The client is made aware of the necessary home equipment to have in place upon their discharge from hospital. Options for post op physiotherapy are presented.
In this video, Knee Arthritis- 5 Most Common Signs You Have It I show you a patient who has the most common signs of knee arthritis. ✅Bowing of the legs ✅Medial (inner) knee pain ✅Effusion (swelling in the joint) ✅Lack of extension (straightening) and flexion (bending) ✅Loss of knee definition ➡➡➡➡Be sure to check out our knee evaluation Playlist: 🤍 💥Check out all we have to offer🔽🔽🔽 ✅ OEP Website: 🤍 ✅ Online Coaching: 🤍 ✅ OEP Podcasts: 🤍 ✅ Support OEP: 🤍 ▶▶ Like us on facebook: 🤍 ▶▶ Follow on Instagram: 🤍 ▶▶ Follow on Twitter: 🤍 ▶▶ We're on Linkedin: 🤍 ✔ Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cadaver dissection lecture: 🤍 ✔Get our NEW downloadable 7.5 hour cervical and lumbar continuing ed course: 🤍 ✔Get our NEW downloadable 6.0 hour shoulder continuing ed course: 🤍 Interested in our Sponsor Products? Click EZ Glider Socks(ezglidersocks.com/marquis) or EZ Slant (🤍 Check out our new OEP merchandise: 👚👕☕️🤍 #kneearthritis #knee #kneepain #kneeevaluation #medical #health #orthopedics #Physicaltherapy #running #DPT #Medicalproviders #sportsmedicine #athletictraining
General knee pain often comes from tightness in your leg muscles and the knee joint itself. Here a some easy ways to help with knee pain relief. Use code DOCTORJO10 to get 10% off the knee support sleeve featured in this video: 🤍 (affiliate link) The first knee pain relief treatment is patella mobs or kneecap mobs. Since the patella is connected to the quad tendon and the patellar tendon, it’s important to keep it loose so it doesn’t put extra pressure on your knee joint. The next two knee pain relief exercises are quad and hamstring sets. Isometric exercises are a great way to strengthen the muscles without irritating them. It’s also a great way to relax the muscles and prevent tightness and spasms. Another great knee pain treatment is to use a knee support sleeve. The folks at Sleeve Stars sent me their knee support sleeve. The sleeve can really help with the compression component of the sleeve. It can help decrease swelling, increase circulation, and warm up the muscles to help prevent further injury. The last three treatments are stretches for the calf/hamstrings, IT band, and quads. All these muscles and tendons cross the knee joint. So when they are tight, they can cause increased pain. Stretching them out consistently will help relieve the pain. Related Videos: Knee Strengthening Exercises: 🤍 10 Best Knee Stretches for Knee Pain Relief: 🤍 = SUPPORT me on Patreon for as little as $1 a month, and get cool rewards: 🤍 = Top 7 Knee Pain Relief Treatments: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This content (the video, description, links, and comments) is not medical advice or a treatment plan and is intended for general education and demonstration purposes only. This content should not be used to self-diagnose or self-treat any health, medical, or physical condition. Don’t use this content to avoid going to your own healthcare professional or to replace the advice they give you. Consult with your healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Ask Doctor Jo, LLC, its officers, employees, and contractors for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. Ask Doctor Jo, LLC makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. Use of this content is at your sole risk. PRODUCT PLACEMENT DISCLAIMER: This video contains paid product placement. Thank you to Sleeve Stars for sponsoring this video and providing Doctor Jo with a free Knee Support Sleeve to use.
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You may be eligible for VA disability compensation if you are experiencing knee pain, a knee injury, or functional loss of a knee due to your military service. However, winning a VA disability case due to a knee issue can be tricky, because there are many factors involved in obtaining a VA rating. Situations like multiple parachute landings, vehicle accidents, osteomyelitis, and the onset of arthritis are just a few of the causes of debilitating knee damage which can happen to a service member. Range of motion and joint instability will play major parts in the evaluation of your knee injury. Disability ratings for injuries to all joints—leg, ankle, hip, shoulder and knee—are primarily based on range of motion. The less the knee can bend, the higher the rating will be. Depending on how much your knee can bend, percentages ranging from zero to 30 will be assigned. There are specific range of motion measurements that correspond with each percentage. When damaged tendons and cartilage can no longer properly support your knee joint, knee instability—that is when it has too much motion from side to side, or dislocates regularly— can result. Percentages of 10 to 30 percent are assigned to cases of knee instability. To get the highest rating of 30 percent, the knee must be so unstable that it gives out or dislocates regularly. You must also have a history of surgical repair on your knee and you must show a doctor’s prescription for a knee brace or an assistive device such as a cane or a walker. If your knee impairment becomes so severe that a total knee replacement is required, you will automatically receive a temporary 100 percent rating for four months. After that, your knee disability will be rated according to your condition and limitations after the knee replacement. If after your surgery you still suffer from weakness and severe pain when you move your knee, you will be assigned the highest rating of 60 percent. Your level of pain may also play a part. While knee pain can sometimes be successfully treated by over-the-counter medicine, rest, or—in more severe cases—by surgery, it is not uncommon for knee injuries to cause chronic, ongoing pain. A 2018 legal case established that veterans are entitled to disability compensation for pain. If you are suffering from severe knee pain you may be eligible for monthly disability compensation. But keep in mind that subjective complaints of pain are not enough to be awarded compensation; you must provide proof that your pain impairs your ability to function. Like for all VA disability claims, to be awarded benefits for a knee condition you must have a current, diagnosed medical issue. You must have experienced an injury or illness during your time in service. And you must provide proof of a medical nexus—that is a connection—which links your hip condition to that in-service injury or illness. At Cuddigan Law, we understand how critical it is for veterans to get the disability benefits they have rightfully earned. That’s why we provide a wealth of free information on our website to help veterans with their claims. And we also offer you a free evaluation of your situation. Just give us a call or send us an email.
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Start Fixin Yo’ Self - 🤍 #MoveU #FixYoShit #ComeBackStronger Knee pain or injury? Popping, clicking or snapping in the knee? Pay attention to this one! We’ve taught you all the importance of torquing the knee out. We talk about the glute helping to do this and we’ve talked about using the muscles in the arch of the foot to keep it active. Some people still struggle with some knee pain while doing this. So we will dive a little deeper here and look at the relationship between the upper and lower leg! Tag someone with knee pain! When you apply that torque of the knee it’s important to have those foot and glute muscles active and to torque the femur (upper leg) and tibia and fibula (lower leg) together. If you only do one and not the other you end up putting a lot of pressure on the knee. You can see this relationship easily with the cans that Dr. Mike is holding. It’s possible to create that active, outward torque of the knee using the glutes and to still have the lower leg passively collapse inward. To combat this, be sure that your foot muscles are active and that your arch isn’t collapsing. This is a great one to think of when you are doing lunges, step-ups, single leg work, or really any exercise that has you standing on your feet. If you have knee pain spend some extra time working on this and thinking about it throughout your daily movements! Written by Katie Goss 🤍MoveUKatie Want more help from us? Head over to MoveU and enroll in the Forever Fix program. Our online program allows us to help people all over the world. Learn more, and begin improving today at 🤍
Struggling with knee pain? Dr. Michael Fredericson shares the latest research on non-surgical approaches to treating knee pain. Learn about knee osteoarthritis, lifestyle medicine approaches to treatment, the role of natural supplements, and newer biologic injections being offered at Stanford. Speaker: Michael Fredericson, M.D., Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine Want to know more? Stanford Health Library is here to help you find trustworthy information to answer your health-related questions. Use our free research service and other resources: 🤍 Take 5 minutes for yourself. Check out the free mindfulness and meditation resources from Stanford Health Library: 🤍
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Mr Paul Trikha is a top private London Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in knee conditions, focussing on knee preservation. He offers fast private appointments at Schoen Clinic London. Mr Trikha is committed to employing the latest techniques and technology including surgical and non-surgical treatments for both early and advanced knee arthritis including knee preserving/ replacement surgery including total knee replacement, partial knee replacement, and the new robotic knee replacements. He also provides a comprehensive specialist knee service for patella (kneecap) problems and dislocations. Consultant Website: 🤍 Mr Trikha welcomes privately insured patients to his Schoen Clinic London practice or those wishing to self-fund treatment at Schoen Clinic London. Book an appointment today by calling +44 20 4571 7436. Learn more today at 🤍 #KneeSurgeon #KneeSurgery
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In this video, Dr. Rowe shows how to fix your knee pain with a butter knife. It's easy to do, and may give quick knee pain relief in as little as 30 SECONDS. This exercise is based on muscle scraping, which helps break up adhesion in the soft tissues around the knee. This helps loosen a stiff knee by loosening up ligaments, tendons, and muscles that aid in knee motion. Think of it as a knee massage taken to the NEXT LEVEL. So if you're dealing with knee arthritis (osteoarthritis), knee pain after running or squats, tendinitis, dull achy pain, stiffness, or general soft tissue tightness this is something you're not going to want to miss out on! Watch now and get those knees feeling better INSTANTLY! * Dr. Michael Rowe St. Joseph MI chiropractor If you are looking for effective neck, back, or sciatica pain relief, contact us at 269-408-8439 or visit us at 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Your local St. Joseph | Benton Harbor | Stevensville MI chiropractor SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center 3134 Niles Rd Saint Joseph, MI 49085 MEDICAL DISCLAIMER All information, content, and material of this video or website is for informational and demonstration purposes only. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or healthcare provider. Don’t use this content as a replacement for treatment and advice given by your doctor or health care provider. Consult with your doctor or healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. By watching this video, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center (and its representatives) for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. USE OF THIS VIDEO'S CONTENT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. #kneepain #kneepainrelief #kneerehab
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This is a patient information film about Total Knee Replacement at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. This short film will explain what will happen to you when you are admitted to the RNOH for Total Knee Replacement surgery. For further information, including the patient pathway, from admission to discharge, how to get to the RNOH and details on diagnostic services (X-ray, MRI etc.) please got to 🤍
🤍 Visit our website to avail online consultation: 🤍 Fifteen Best Exercises, one must do after TKR Surgery. This video is for those, who recently got their knee joint replaced (TKR Surgery) and need to do physiotherapy at home by themselves or under the supervision of a qualified, experienced physiotherapist available. This video will also help those individuals, who are planning to get their knee joint replaced (total knee replacement / TKR) and want to do pre-operative physiotherapy as a preparation towards their future planned knee surgery. If they do these 15 exercises as explained, the outcome of surgery will be extremely good. Operated person will be able to acquire / regain independent life style much more earlier after TKR. It showcases all the exercises that need to be done after Total Knee Replacement surgery from day 1 to third week post TKR. These exercises can easily be done in the comfort of your own home by yourself without taking anyone’s help. It also shows how the exercises need to be done, along with the common mistakes that must be avoided while performing these exercises. All these exercises will help to reduce your stiffness, increase mobility, decrease pain and will help you to lead an independent life after Unilateral / Bilateral TKR surgery. The exercises demonstrated are simple and can easily be understood and performed by you. These exercises should be pain-free. Watch this video of exercises post TKR to lead back a normal life after your knee surgery. These exercises will also be helpful in those individual, having osteoarthritis of knee joint, however, exercises for those individuals have been explained in much greater details in other videos published on this YouTube channel. In This video 🤍 we discussed what care one shall take while doing self-treatment using physiotherapy, Therapeutic Exercises or manual therapy by oneself in the comfort of own home and still get optimal, professional, magical results that too in pain-free way. This educational video is to help those people or anyone not able to visit Physical Therapist due to Corona Virus Lockdown Situation, Or because individuals are not able to visit Physiotherapist or physical therapy / Rehab clinic because of any XYZ reason. This video will help anyone having knee pains. This video 🤍 explain one to understand the indication, precaution / Yellow Flags, & contraindication / Red Flags while or before doing the self exercises to treat any Neural, muscular / Muscle, joint, ligament, tendon, fascia / fascial pain including joint stiffness, weakness, inflammation, strain, Sprain, Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gouty arthritis, bursitis, chronic pain, acute pain, sub-acute pain, knee pain, knee stiffness, It’s a Guide, Dos and don’ts, what to do, how to do, when to do, what not to do, when not to do, how much to do, self-treatment for Post Traumatic, Post-operative, Post-Immobilisation pain / stiffness / weakness of knee joint. For further details/ queries, please leave a comment below or visit us at 🤍caprispine.com We will be happy to help you.
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This video takes you through what will happen at the PRE-ASSESSMENT CLINIC that you will be asked to attend a few weeks before your operation. At the clinic a thorough medical assessment will be carried out to make sure you are medically fit enough for surgery. Routine pre-operative tests including urine, blood, ECG (heart trace), x-rays will be carried out. A nasal swab will be taken to screen for MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, a normally harmless bacteria that can on occasions cause wound infections). This appointment will also provide you with an opportunity to speak to your Consultant and or his registrar. You will also be asked to sign a CONSENT FORM. PLEASE NOTE: You could be in the clinic for 3 to 4 hours.
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Dr. Baddar-un-Nisa, 57 Years old underwent a Knee replacement Surgery at Hameed Latif Hospital. The expert Trauma, Orthopedic & Spine surgeon Dr. G.M Khan ensured Dr. Baddar-un-Nisa's operation was a success and the paramedical staff gave her the very best care and comfort. In this video, Dr. Baddar-un-Nisa shared her experience about the procedure.
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