When two or more bones’ ends come together, a joint is created. The body has several distinct kinds of joints. As an illustration, the knee is referred to as a “hinge” joint because it can bend and straighten like a hinged door. The hip and shoulder are “ball-and-socket” joints, where one bone’s rounded end fits into the other bone’s cup-shaped section. Numerous disorders can result in joint pain and incapacity, making people think about having surgery to replace their joints. Joint pain is frequently brought on by damage to the articular cartilage, which lines the ends of the bones and can be brought on by arthritis, fractures, or other conditions. Your doctor could advise complete joint replacement if nonsurgical options including drugs, physical therapy, and activity changes are ineffective at reducing your pain and disability.
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