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Locked Knee

By mbrady / July 24, 2019 / 0 Comments
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What You Need to Know About Nutrition and Knee Health

By Stephanie Smith / July 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

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 / 0 Comments

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 / 0 Comments

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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4 Failings of Continual Home Remedy Use for Knee Pain

By Noyes Team / June 26, 2019 / 0 Comments

Knee pain is a common phenomenon for active people. Dedicated atheletes, and even those new to any strenuous activity often develop a dull, nagging pain in one or both knees. Standard home remedies like ice, elevation, rest, and medication are useful for short term, minor knee inflammation cases. However, sole reliance on these home remedies…

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Roofer’s Knee Doesn’t Have to Impact Your Professional Roofing Career

By Noyes Team / June 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

Roofers experience a lot of strain on their knees, which may cause a persistent pain and swelling known as roofer’s knee. However, this issue doesn’t have to complicate your life if you know how to prevent and treat it in a quick and efficient fashion. Roofer’s Knee Is a Common Problem  Roofer’s knee — properly…

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How Police Officers Can Protect Their Knees

By Noyes Team / June 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

Police work is a physically demanding job that places great strain on the body. Officers carry extra weight with their gear belts and vests, and they often are in physically compromising situations that can injure or cause pain in the joints. Police officers can experience back and hip pain more commonly, but they can also…

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Local 12’s Liz Bonis Interviews Orthopedic Surgeon Frank Noyes on His Latest Research

By Stephanie Smith / May 31, 2019 / 0 Comments

Recently, reporter Liz Bonis interviewed Dr. Noyes and his patient Katie Sloneker on a new treatment option to build ACL strength following surgery. Dr. Noyes’ research on the method, which involves restricting blood flow while exercising, has found that it helps patients build the strength they need to prevent re-injury or qualify for surgery in…

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Knee Pain and Pregnancy: A Guide for the Expectant Mother

By Affonso Barolo / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you’re expecting a baby, you also deal with changes to your own body. Women often experience aches and pains during pregnancy. Many women also have weight gain, gait changes, and even differences with how they sit or rest. All of these changes can affect your knees. Knee pain is unfortunately common during pregnancy, but…

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Dr. Noyes to Give Keynote Address in Pune, India

By Stephanie Smith / April 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

Dr. Frank Noyes will deliver the Keynote Address to over 1,000 Orthopaedic Surgeons at the 9thAnnual Pune Knee Course in Pune India, April 26-27, 2019.  Dr. Noyes will be providing instruction on knee surgery techniques that he has developed for many knee disorders including ligament injuries, cartridge injuries and osteotomies. From the Pune Knee Course…

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