Check out our client, Orthopaedic Surgery Center of Panther Creek latest blog post about 4 Types of Knee Surgery and What to Expect Before, During, and After Each Procedure

Knee pain and discomfort are common for many people of all ages. It can happen when there’s age-related structural damage, overuse, or a recent injury. Most of the time, such knee aches go away on their own with proper rest, icing, and therapy.

However, not all knee conditions go away on their own. Some may occur as a symptom of a chronic or degenerative illness, which may require surgical interventions. Some of the telltale signs that you might need to consider knee surgery include the following:

  • Knee pain that does not get better with non-surgical treatment options.
  • Persistent, recurring, or worsening pain.
  • Mobility problems 
  • Pain that prevents you from sleeping or performing activities of daily living
  • Pain that comes with other symptoms, such as swelling and deformity.

If you are experiencing some of the above-mentioned symptoms, then you probably have a knee condition that’s beyond the capabilities of medications and therapy. Your orthopedic specialist may have already scheduled you for a specific knee procedure.

To help you with your journey, here are five of the most common knee surgeries and how you can prepare for them. We will also provide relevant information on what to expect during and after the procedure.

4 Types of Knee Surgery and What to Expect Before, During, and After Each Procedure


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