All total knee arthroplasty patients are potentially at risk for stiffness after surgery. The problem is, it is difficult to predict which ones will develop stiffness and which ones won’t, says Dr. Raj Sinha in an article originally published on September 18, 2018.
No, it’s not, despite what has been reported about a study published in The BMJ. We asked experienced shoulder surgeons to comment on the study methodology, the results, and the generalizability of the findings.
Shoulder stretches can help relieve muscle tension, pain, and tightness in the neck and shoulders.
Hip pain and stiffness can make walking and other everyday activities a challenge. Hip replacement surgery is a good option for a lot of people -- but it shouldn’t be your first option.