Knee Pain: Could Interventions Be the Alternative to Total Knee Replacement?
Apr 10, 2015 | ASIPP 2015 > Gale Scott
With the US population growing older and heavier, chronic knee pain is becoming common, and total knee replacement surgery is on the rise. Some 40% of women age 60 to 70 and 25% of men that age have such pain, and many turn to total knee replacement surgery. New studies suggest denervation of the nerves responsible for knee pain could be an alternative.