how much does medicare pay for a knee replacement?

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Answered: Knee Cap dislocation after Conformis total knee replacement

As it is a joint part, so it may take a year to cure. I know it pains a lot but try to bear the pain, still if it goes worse then go according to the doctor. Else consult with some other doctor.

Answered: I've never met anyone with knee problems in just ...

My best friend had her knee replaced about 12 years ago. It's only just now that she's starting to have problems with the other knee. So it can be quite a long time.

Answered: Total knee replacement rehab me wife is still in pain and can not bend

I think you should be worried about potential knee replacement complication for wife and for that you might want to contact your doctor ASAP.Knee replacement complication But as ol'yeddar said provide some more info.

Answered: Best knee replacement doctor in shreveport, louisiana

I think to find the best knee replacement surgeon you have to do enough research. But good bet will be to talk to your family physician, nurses as well as ask physical therapist in your area.Knee replacement surgeons-who is best? I think this will be helpful to you.

Answered: 'how many trachs will medicare pay for each month'?

Most people only get one tracheostomy. Could you make this question a a clearer for those of us who have not dealt directly with tracheostomy care?

Answered: Knee replacement

Hi, I just had my first knee replacement 10 weeks ago. I am 48 and had bone-on-bone in my right knee due to sports wear and tear. It is important to do the rigorous physical therapy but it helps promote healing and bending. I have 130 degrees of bending-still sore and stiff but it is going to be ...
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Why did my oxford knee replacement come loose just ...

I had knee surgery March 3rd of last year.Its been 6months after all my therapy and i am in horrendous pain.After the 3rd visit with my surgeon,he informed that both knees have to be done all over again,He told me that the plastic piece they put in between the tibia and the femor is to thin and I am ...

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NwdiGoldis a Part C advantage plan.It is subject to the same rules and regulations as any other Advantage.There is no distington betwween a HMO or PPO plan as to when you can disenroll.I reommend getting the Medicare and you book which is available from medicare at no charge.The enrollment ...

I had knee replacement surgery last Aug. and now ...

Hi Chuck, A loose post mean the tibial component of new knee is loose and is causing a lot of pain. If you see in knee replacement surgery they insert implant into the tibia and femur. Due to so many reasons it could get loose and thus it can create pain. Hope it helps.

When is it time for another knee replacement

As long as you are happy with the outcome of your first knee replacement and your second knee is also equally having arthritic pain you should not delay much because sooner or later you are going to need the other knee replaced too. Also sooner you do it faster you can rehabilitate and faster you ...