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Avoiding Total Knee Replacements

Avoiding a Total Knee Replacement Stone Clinic
This year, in the US alone, the number of total knee replacements will exceed 600,000. Eighty percent of these are unnecessary. Here is why.

The Robots are Here

The Robots are Here The Stone Clinic
Total knee replacement has been a godsend for many people with severe bone-on-bone arthritis. Many of my patients are skiing, hiking, and playing sports on replaced knees at levels they have not done in years, or even decades.

Building SuperHumans

Building SuperHumans The Stone Clinic
It is a heady time in the world of human empowerment. We are seeing technologies that can alter our genetic code, augment our brainpower, enhance our physique, and extend our lives.

Why Kneecapping Your Opponent Works

 Why Kneecapping Your Opponent Works
Injuries to the kneecap—also called the patella or patella femoral joint— heal poorly, if at all. Here is why.

Partial knee replacement for athletes

Partial knee replacement for athletes
The results of partial knee replacement have become so good that my patients often ask me, “Can I run, can I play sports, can I return to my full range of activities?” Dr. Stone's answer is often “ Yes, but…”. Here is why.

Knee replacement: Partial can be just as good as total

Knee replacement: Partial can be just as good as total
Knees do not necessarily wear out evenly, sometimes one part of the knee is perfectly fine while another part is completely destroyed. If only part of the knee joint is worn out, why replace all of it?
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