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Knees (INACTIVE)

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  • Patella Luxations: a painful problem for small dogs

    Patella Luxations: a painful problem for small dogs
    If you love small dogs, you could wind up with a big problem. Small dogs are cute, but Joceylyn Lockwood shows you a painful problem in this week's NOLA Pet Doctors. Toy breeds are popping out of purses in Hollywood, but something else can pop out, and...
  • Dwyane Wade will miss the Olympics because of knee surgery

    Dwyane Wade will miss the Olympics because of knee surgery
    Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade will have surgery on his left knee, preventing him from participating in the London Olympics. Wade gave the news to USA Basketball Chairman Jerry Colangelo and Olympic Coach Mike Krzyzewski on Thursday in a phone call. ...
  • Mayor Ballard recovers after knee surgery Tuesday

    Mayor Ballard recovers after knee surgery Tuesday
    Mayor Greg Ballard is recovering after undergoing knee surgery Tuesday morning, the mayor’s office confirmed. Officials said the mayor felt pain in his knee while in Europe last week for an economic development trip.  They said he had a similar...
  • Colts' Austin Collie out for the season due to knee injury

    Colts' Austin Collie out for the season due to knee injury
    INDIANAPOLIS - Austin Collie will be placed on injured reserve after a ruptured patella in his knee, head coach Chuck Pagano said Monday. Collie suffered the injury after making his first catch of the season in the third quarter of the Colts' 22-17...
  • Hip and knee replacements tied to heart attack risk

    Hip and knee replacements tied to heart attack risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Older patients having a hip or a knee replaced have a higher risk of heart attack in the two weeks after the procedure compared to those who don't need joint surgery, according to a new study. People having joint surgery had...
  • Knee pain, though common, can signal several ailments

    Knee pain, though common, can signal several ailments
    Q: Is pain directly under my kneecap anything to be concerned about? A: Knee pain is fairly common and can affect people of all ages. Your pain could be the result of an injury or could be a more serious medical condition. Runner's knee: Pain directly...
  • Bear for all seasons

    Bear for all seasons
    In August 2001, Dick Butkus was approached with a deal. If he would record a radio advertisement, he would be given an EBCT heart scan. The scan normally would have cost about $15,000 and insurance didn't cover it. "What the hell," Butkus said. "I hadn'...
  • Surgery on joints can restore mobility, lifestyle

    Surgery on joints can restore mobility, lifestyle
    Wearing a black pencil skirt revealing a 10-inch scar that goes through her knee Lorri Winter walks across the room with swagger showing what she playfully calls her "America's Next Top Model" walk. Three months following knee replacement surgery swagger...
  • Alternative treatment: A look at acupuncture

    Alternative treatment: A look at acupuncture
    Acupuncture may be ancient — estimates range between 3-4,000 years old — but it is not an ancient Chinese secret. It's used all over the world by acupuncture practitioners as well as medical doctors. We spoke with two experts to learn more....
  • Schmitz's Take: Magic right to avoid Andrew Bynum

    Schmitz's Take: Magic right to avoid Andrew Bynum
    Couldn’t you imagine if the Magic hadn’t traded Dwight Howard to the Lakers? L.A. likely would have been stuck with the bad knees of Andrew Bynum, who has yet to play this season for the Philadelphia 76ers. And couldn’t you imagine...
  • Line it Up for Upper-Body Strength

    Line it Up for Upper-Body Strength
    This move helps develop strong muscles in the core and upper body. For maximum benefit, make sure that your knees, hips and shoulders are in a straight line before you try to lift yourself. Bend your knees and lie on your left side. Place your left elbow...
  • Keep on walking, but take care of the knees

    Keep on walking, but take care of the knees
    A long hike into the wilderness can take a serious toll on the knees. The uneven terrain, rock slabs and sharp descents can punish knee joints and produce swelling and stiffness that can linger well after the outdoor adventure ends. Cutting down on the...