Joint pain is a common and often disabling problem, affecting people of all ages. It can be caused by many different conditions, including arthritis and tendonitis.
In some cases, the pain may come from mechanical problems with your joints that can be corrected by surgery. A joint replacement surgery in Kenya involves replacing an injured or damaged joint such as a knee or hip with an artificial joint made of metal or plastic components that are secured to the thighbone (femur) and shinbone (tibia).
Problems with your joints aren’t inevitable.
Chances are, you’ve been experiencing some pain in your joints. The good news is that joint problems aren’t inevitable. In fact, there are ways to avoid or even reverse the damage caused by poor diet and lifestyle choices.
The first thing you can do is make sure you’re getting enough vitamin D through sun exposure or supplements. Vitamin D helps with calcium absorption in the body and can improve bone density, which reduces the risk of joint pain and osteoporosis later on in life.
Another important step is eating a balanced diet that includes plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables (especially green leafy ones), lean proteins such as chicken breasts or fish with healthy fats like olive oil or avocado topped with lemon juice instead of butter sauces; whole grains like brown rice instead of white pasta; nuts like walnuts for their omega-3 fatty acids content; dark chocolate for its antioxidants benefits—basically anything that has vitamins C & E in it!
As you age, you’re more likely to have joint problems.
- A joint is a place where two bones meet. The body has many joints, including the shoulder, hip and knee.
- Joint pain is common as we age because the cartilage that cushions the ends of our bones wears down over time. Cartilage is a smooth, flexible tissue that allows your joints to work smoothly with each other. As you get older, it can become thinner and less effective at cushioning against friction between two bones in a joint space.
Sometimes a joint may be out of alignment.
Joint replacement surgery is a procedure to replace the damaged joint surfaces of your knee, hip, shoulder and/or ankle with an artificial joint. Joints are made up of cartilage (the soft tissue that covers the ends of bones), ligaments (tissues that connect bones), tendons (connective tissue that attaches muscles to bones) and synovium (a membrane lining the inside surface of joints). When these structures become damaged by injury or arthritis, they no longer work together properly causing pain and loss of function in your affected areas.
When a joint becomes severely arthritic due to wear-and-tear on its components over time, bone spurs may develop along the edges where two adjacent bones meet at this site; these spurs can also cause inflammation which further damages surrounding tissues.
When this happens you may need total knee replacement surgery or total hip replacement surgery if both hips are significantly arthritic; however if only one side is painful then then surgical procedure would be partial replacement instead because it involves less invasive techniques than full replacements.”
With all this in mind, it’s clear that joint replacement surgery in Kenya is a great option for many people with painful or damaged joints. If your doctor recommends it and you feel like it’s right for you, there’s nothing stopping you from considering this procedure as an option for living better and healthier.