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Knee Deep in Pain? 5 Mistakes to Avoid

By Noyes Knee Team / October 21, 2019 /

If you have experienced pain in your knees and you have wondered how to ease your discomfort, think about your lifestyle and habits to make a few changes. Some aspects of your daily routine or even your weight may contribute to your knee problems. Fortunately, many of the contributing factors can be corrected. Here are…

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Patellar Dislocation in Children: What Parents Need to Know

By Noyes Knee Team / October 21, 2019 /

The first time your child experiences a patellar dislocation, also called a kneecap dislocation, it can be a scary experience for you and your child. Your child may have pain and the leg may buckle, resulting in a fall. Understanding what causes a patellar dislocation, knowing its symptoms, and being aware of the treatments available…

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2 Reasons Parenting Puts You at Risk for Knee Problems

By Noyes Knee Team / September 24, 2019 /

You love your little ones endlessly, but parenting is no walk in the park. In addition to putting a tremendous strain on your time and resources, studies have shown that parenting can take a toll on physical health because parents shift their attention elsewhere. Unfortunately, tiny tots at home could also be harmful to your…

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Safe Home for Knee Surgery Candidates

Create a Comfortable, Safe Home for Knee Surgery Candidates

By Noyes Knee Team / September 3, 2019 /

Studies show that most patients recover as well at home after knee surgery as they do at a rehabilitation facility. Many people return to their houses a few days after their procedure. Simple changes around the house can reduce the risk of further damage to your knee before surgery and make your home more comfortable…

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Treatment Options for Torn Meniscus Injuries

Treatment Options for Torn Meniscus Injuries

By Noyes Knee Team / August 28, 2019 /

Any time you take part in any kind of active sports, you face the risk of injury. A meniscus tear is a common type of injury sustained this way. In severe cases, a meniscus tear requires a complete knee replacement to fix. However, there are some alternative treatments for cases that are not as severe.…

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2019 Frank R. Noyes, JoAnne Noyes, BS, RN Endowed Eminent Visiting Scholar

By Stephanie Smith / August 26, 2019 /

On August 24th, the 3rd annual Frank R. Noyes, MD and JoAnne Noyes, BS, RN Endowed Eminent Visiting Scholar in Sports Medicine and Bioengineering was held at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.  The event is a combined effort with the Noyes Knee Institute, Cincinnati SportsMedicine and Orthopaedic Center, and the University of Cincinnati’s…

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Locked Knee

By mbrady / July 24, 2019 /
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What You Need to Know About Nutrition and Knee Health

By Stephanie Smith / July 11, 2019 /

Do you want to improve the health of your knees? Here’s what you should know about nutrition and knee health. Food Can Benefit Your Health The saying you are what you eat has some significance regarding how your body utilizes food for fuel. The many bones, ligaments, and cartilage in your knees require a careful…

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5 Tips to Speed Up Recovery After Knee Surgery

By Stephanie Smith / June 26, 2019 /

Knee surgery, like all major surgical procedures, involves a recovery period after the surgery is over. The recovery period can’t be completely eliminated, but you can take some steps to shorten its duration. If you’re undergoing knee surgery in the near future, follow these five tips to help speed up your recovery process. 1. Follow…

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Important Facts About Knee Replacement Surgery

By Noyes Team / June 26, 2019 /

Knee pain can significantly impact your quality of life. You may have to give up a favorite sport and even cut down on your general activities. As a result, an enforced sedentary lifestyle can lead to weight gain and other health problems. So you’ll want to resolve knee pain in the best way possible, which…

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