miércoles, 25 de mayo de 2016

Knees and Hips: A troubleshooting guide to knee and hip pain - Harvard Health

Knees and Hips: A troubleshooting guide to knee and hip pain - Harvard Health

Harvard logo

Harvard Health Publications

You no longer have to suffer
from aching knees or hips...

Your knees and hips are among the most active joints in your body. They not only support your weight when you’re standing, they make it possible to bend down and tie your shoes, walk up the stairs, and turn your body to make a great backhand shot in tennis. When you think of all that your knees and hips help you do, it’s not surprising that they’re prone to injuries and other painful problems.
Now the experts from Harvard Medical School have revealed the best ways to relieve knee and hip pain, whether you’ve strained a muscle, torn a tendon, or begun suffering the aches of osteoarthritis.
Read More

Inside Knees and Hips: A troubleshooting guide to knee and hip pain, you’ll find the best information from renowned experts and you’ll learn:
  • Why living with a torn meniscus may be better than having it surgically repaired
  • How to describe your hip pain to your doctor to make diagnosing the problem easier
  • Simple ways to speed recovery from a knee injury
  • Why expensive tests like MRIs may not be useful — and why an x-ray may be all you need
  • How to tell if you’re at risk for breaking your hip
  • 5 ways to stay active while you rest sore knees or hips
  • And so much more!
You’ll also discover the secrets that make it easier to recover from knee or hip surgery — and so much more. Don’t let knee or hip pain slow you down. Click here to get relief and save 30% off the regular $29 price.
Gregory D. Curfman, M.D.
Editor in Chief, Harvard Health Publications
You not only save 30%, you also get our Money-Back Satisfaction Guarantee.
Don’t miss your chance to get expert help for your knees and hips!
Knees and Hips
You get a 12-page Special Bonus Section that details:
How to tell if it’s time for a knee or hip replacement
Why you may want to delay joint replacement if you’re under age 60
7 questions that can help you find out if you’re working with an experienced surgeon
The type of joint replacement that is recommended for older individuals
Whether it makes sense for you to have two joints replaced during a single surgery
Read More

No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario