Category Archives: Orthopedic Surgery

Torn Meniscus as Part of Aging Process

Arthritis has been plaguing humans since 3000 BC. Ötzi, the 5,000-year-old iceman discovered a few years back in the Alps, had evidence of arthritis. Arthritis can affect almost any joint but one of its favorite targets is the knees, those humble hinges that allow us to walk, swing, pivot, jump, kneel, and ride a bike. …

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