What Athletes Need to Know for Their Health and Athletic Performance

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Achieving peak athletic performance extends beyond training and exercising. Female athletes should prioritize other aspects of their health, including nutrition and resting, to excel in their sports. Promptly addressing sports injuries may also improve health and performance. If you suffer from a knee injury, Dr. Noyes at the Noyes Knee Institute is one of the…

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Should You Wear a Knee Brace To Bed?

Knee braces are an at-home treatment method that may help with knee pain and other joint conditions. If you have questions about wearing a brace and what it can do for your knee, a board-certified knee surgeon at Noyes Knee Institute can assess your knee health and provide treatment suggestions. Here is more information about…

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Maximizing Performance

Female athletes often hear myths regarding their training, including in areas like conditioning, strength training, and more. At Noyes Knee Institute, we can help debunk these myths and educate our customers on knee surgery and how exercise can affect it. Here are some of the myths that might be associated with female athletics, shared by…

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Are You Put to Sleep for Knee Replacement?

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Knee replacement surgery can look different for those who opt for a knee replacement. Factors like anesthesia, recovery time, candidacy, and results can differ from procedure to procedure. At Noyes Knee Institute, we deem ourselves some of the best knee replacement surgeons because of our expertise and track record. Here is what you should know…

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Arthrofibrosis of the Knee: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments


Arthrofibrosis of the knee is a condition characterized by abnormal scar tissue growth around the knee joint. This condition may limit mobility and cause pain, requiring prompt and effective treatment to restore knee function. Our orthopedic knee surgeon at The Noyes Knee Institute can assess your knee health and recommend suitable treatment. Here are some…

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4 Things to Know About Meniscus Repair

Injuries to the meniscus are common, especially among athletes and individuals involved in physical activities. Pain, inflammation, and restricted mobility can result from torn or injured meniscus. Orthopedic knee surgeon Dr. Noyes can perform repairs to help restore knee function and alleviate discomfort. Here are four things to know about meniscus repair: 1. The Importance…

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What are the 5 Warning Signs of a Stroke?

If you or a loved one are considering having knee surgery, you may be concerned about a post-operative stroke. You can talk to your knee surgeon about the risk of a stroke after the surgery and how to recognize the warning signs. Dr. Noyes of Noyes Knee Institute will review the risks of your knee…

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What Can I Do For Unbearable Knee Pain?

Because knee pain is a common condition caused by a variety of health factors, people sometimes ignore the everyday discomfort. If your pain becomes so intense that it makes day-to-day life unbearable, things may not improve on their own. From helpful medical aids to working with a certified knee surgeon, here are steps you can…

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What are the red flags for knee pain?

Knee pain can result from overexertion, injury, or medical conditions like arthritis. This pain hinders daily activities like walking, decreasing your overall productivity. At Noyes Knee Institute, we’ll treat your knee pain to improve your quality of life. Here are some red flags that necessitate seeing an orthopedic knee surgeon: Sudden Severe Pain  Sudden severe…

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