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Total Knee Replacement Market Size to cross $10 bn by 2024

Kiran Sable


Total Knee Replacement Market Size to cross $10 bn by 2024

According to reports, in 2016, partial knee replacement segment led total knee replacement market and is estimated to register notable CAGR of more than 3.4%

Sizing The Market Value of Orthobiologics Market

Bhushan Wankhade


Sizing The Market Value of Orthobiologics Market

The surge in geriatric population across the globe, growing consumer awareness of orthobiologics, rise in demand for advanced treatment, rise in obesity, and the growing number of sports and road accidents drive the growth of the global orthobiologics market.

How to Live with Arthritis Pains

Paisley Hansen


How to Live with Arthritis Pains

Arthritis pain is not something pleasant for anyone to live with. Although it is often thought as a side effect of aging, many younger people are affected by inflammatory arthritis. With that in mind, there is a large part of the workforce constantly suffering from arthritis pains. Odds are, you are either one of them, or you know someone who is. The first thing you should do if you suspect that you have arthritis is go see your primary care physician and follow their treatment plan. However, even with meds and treatments, you most likely will still feel pain. Luckily, there are plenty of home remedies that can help you live with them. 

 

Orthopedic Soft Tissue Repair Market Projected to have a Stable Growth for the Next Few Years

Pramod Kumar


Orthopedic Soft Tissue Repair Market Projected to have a Stable Growth for the Next Few Years

North America had the largest share in global orthopedic soft tissue repair market in 2014, attributed to the increase in sports injury cases due to high share of sports activity in this region.

6 Tips for Parents With Kids Who Have Osgood-Schlatters Disease

Kolten Tea


6 Tips for Parents With Kids Who Have Osgood-Schlatters Disease

Anterior knee pain is a common complaint of young athletes participating in sports. As a teenager, most of the aches and pains disappear as fast as they show up. However, when the pain doesn’t go away it can be frustrating and scary to deal with as a parent. Osgood-Schlatters Disease (OSD) is one of the common ailments that cause pain in the front of knee particularly in teenage athletes ranging from 12-15 years old. Injuries at this age can be a challenge, as kids of that age have difficulty communicating their pain, understand their diagnoses, and can get frustrated with the missed time on the playing field. 

Osgood-Schlatters also tends to linger and stay longer than any teenager would like. That’s when you decide to see a doctor. However, OSD is just common enough and not serious enough that some doctors might brush it off as unimportant. What’s a parent to do? Here’s a guide to help you and your growing teenager get through it and maintain the sanity of your household through the process. 

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