Should I Have Surgery: Ryan M. Palmer D.O.


Joint replacement is for two main reasons. It’s for pain control, and it’s for improving the quality of your life.

So if a patient is dealing with daily joint pain and they’re not able to perform the activities that they want to perform, then surgical intervention for their worn-out hip or knee becomes a very viable option. Living with that daily pain that affects their quality of life is almost not necessary anymore with today’s technology and implants that are available.

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