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Joint pain can make life difficult, but...
What are your options?

Joint pain can make life miserable. You should carefully consider the pros and cons of having joint surgery. Also, be aware that you will need significant rehabilitation in order to get back on your feet. When making a decision about joint surgery, the most important factor is how much pain it causes you, and how much this is affecting your life in any way.

6 signs that it may be time to have your joint replaced:

  • It is difficult to complete daily tasks and routines without assistance.
  • You have pain that you can't control, such as pain that keeps your awake at night, pain that prevents you from walking or bending over, pain that doesn't go away with rest, or pain that doesn't respond to non-surgical treatments
  • Your doctor suggests that less complicated procedures are not likely to help.
  • You suffer from osteoarthritisand it is impacting you physically, emotionally, and mentally.
  • Side effects of medications that you take to manage joint pain are severe.
  • Your tests show that the arthritis is severe or that there is significant joint damage.

The outcome of your operation can depend on the surgeon and hospital you choose. You're more likely to get a good result and less complications if your surgeon does the procedure at least 100 times per year and works in a hospital that routinely performs replacements.

Some people, however, just want to avoid surgery at all costs.

To learn more about ways to fight back against joint pain, download our Free Guide below:

If you think you might need joint surgery... Read this first.

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An Essential Guide to Joint Surgery by Maxlife Naturals

  • Things You Should Know Before Considering Surgery
  • What to do if surgery is your only option
  • How to prepare for surgery
  • Little-Known Alternatives and Treatments

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