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Learn about the different types of surgery for arthritis and steps you can take before and after surgery to ensure success.
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Learn about the options before your surgery.
Some people have misconceptions about joint surgery. Find out what’s true and what’s not.
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Here’s a guide to the most common procedures.
Get the facts on two surgery alternatives for osteoarthritis.
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Understand your condition and all treatment options before opting for surgery.
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