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Knee Replacement: Getting Back to The Act of Living

September 15, 2017
by Hartzband Center
Knee replacement Paramus, NJ

Knee joints may get injured, or simply wear down, leading to the need for replacement. Patients with our New Jersey hip and knee center receive the exact level of care needed to restore comfort and range of motion. Ultimately, a partial or fullĀ knee replacement is performed with the objective of ushering a patient back into...  read more


Why Revision Surgery May be Necessary

August 15, 2017
by Hartzband Center
Hip Revision Paramus, NJ

Hip and knee replacement surgeries are conducted on a routine basis in our country. These procedures have a high success rate in helping patients regain comfort, mobility, and quality of life. There are several reasons why a knee or hip joint may be replaced, and also a variety of techniques that may be involved in...  read more


Ways that Mindset Helps the Surgical Process

July 15, 2017
by Hartzband Center
hip surgery Paramus, NJ

If you have been living with a creaky, stiff, swollen joint, the idea of surgery may be very welcomed. Chronic pain can be debilitating and emotionally draining. The surgical repair or replacement of a damaged joint is often perceived as a new lease on life. This can be true. At the same time, surgery can...  read more


Arthritis and Exercise

June 1, 2017
by Hartzband Center
Osteoarthritis Paramus, NJ

Osteoarthritis is one of the primary reasons behind the knee and hip procedures. While we have made it our specialty to improve the quality of life of those afflicted by the discomfort of arthritic conditions, we also recognize the value of low-impact exercise for the early management of deteriorating joints. What is Arthritis? Arthritis describes...  read more


Avoid the Pitfalls of the Pedals

May 1, 2017
by Hartzband Center
Knee Surgery & Replacement Paramus NJ

For ages, people of all ages have gained a lot from hopping on their favorite bicycle. As kids, many of us spent hours on a tricycle, a banana seat, or a ten-speed. Whatever your preference regarding style, there are some things that you need to about bicycling for recreation, exercise, or fundamentals like getting from...  read more


3 Common Hip Injuries in Runners (and Others!)

March 15, 2017
by Hartzband Center
Hip Injuries

Runners are often advised on their form and frequency if they wish to avoid injuries to the various joints used on a regular basis. Hip pain is one of the most challenging of all symptoms to diagnose in runners simply do to the fact that these symptoms are seen so frequently and, also, because there...  read more


Hip Replacement: Important Notes about Aftercare

February 15, 2017
by Hartzband Center
hip replacement

When hip pain keeps you from being able to live the way you would like, surgery can sound like a beneficial step. This is true for many of our patients. However, it is important to know that hip replacement surgery will require you to take some time getting back to a normal routine of physical...  read more


Exercise for Osteoarthritis of the Knee?

January 15, 2017
by Hartzband Center
knee pain

When your knee joints creak and crackle and feel stiff, the last thing you may want to do is work out. As counterintuitive as it seems, exercise and the management of osteoarthritis pain go hand in hand. Scientific evidence demonstrates that lubricin, a vital joint fluid, is stimulated by physical activity. This lubricating fluid is...  read more


Low Impact Exercise may be your Key to Sustained Comfort

December 15, 2016
by Hartzband Center
swimming

Health and wellness have become a hot topic in recent years. We are living longer and staying more active into our senior years, which is a great representation of our commitment to long-term vitality. One of the problems that many people encounter at some point is the wear on their joints, or, should we say,...  read more


Degenerative Hip? Let's Talk!

November 15, 2016
by Hartzband Center
Degenerative Joint Disease

Degenerative joint disease is not a problem that is reserved for the elderly. As we have come into a new age of extreme sports, and even of a more sedentary lifestyle for many, we are finding that our joints may not be as resilient as we imagine. This could be related to diet as much...  read more