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What are the risks of joint replacement surgery?

You should discuss the risks and benefits of joint replacement surgery with your doctor. Complications include but are not limited to infection, bleeding, nerve damage, broken bones when the implants are inserted, wearing out of the implants, need for additional surgery, continued pain, and blood...

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Am I too old for joint replacement surgery?

There is no age limit for joint replacement. Your doctor is interested in your overall health, and may have you visit your primary care physician to determine if you are capable of tolerating anesthesia, surgery, and recovery. A mental understanding of the joint replacement process...

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