Joint problems usually begin in mid- to late life. If you’re someone who plays sports, you might notice you can’t get out on the court or the field anymore. Maybe you’re unable to keep up with your family and friends when you travel, or you’re just slowing down in general. This could be from pain, tiredness or weakness in your joint or leg. While there are many ways to treat joint problems, sometimes a joint replacement is the best option.
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