Millions of Americans work on computers all day and many of us that work on computers suffer from neck, shoulder and arm pain. Most of the time a little organization, stretching and setting up the work station appropriately can remedy the problem and alleviate neck and upper back pain. Here is is link from OSHA that may be of some help to you.   OSHA Ergonomic Solutions_ Computer Workstations eTool.webarchive


Knee replacement surgery - also known as total knee arthroplasty (ARTH-row-plas-tee) - can help relieve pain and restore function in severely diseased knee joints. During a knee replacement, a surgeon cuts away diseased bone and cartilage from the thigh bone, shin bone and knee cap and replaces it with an artificial knee joint that is made up of metal alloys and high density plastics and polymers.  There are a lot of questions that patients have regarding the recovery from a total knee replacement. The following website is a good and reliable resource of information.   http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=a00357

For your conveinience and to assist you in a speedy recovery we have a few videos that you could watch to better understand the areas that give you discomfort. Please scroll down the playlist at the upper left hand of the adjoining window and select the particular anatomical/body part.

They are listed in the following order.

1. Cervical Spine,   2. Hand,   3. Foot,  

4. Knee,   5. Shoulder,   6. Lumbar Spine, 

7. Ankle,     8. Elbow       9. Hip,  

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