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Road to Recovery following Knee Replacement

Dr. Alan Valadie is a board certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in adult hip and knee reconstruction including primary and revision hip and knee replacement, as well as partial knee resurfacing. Dr. Valadie performs outpatient knee replacement and total hip replacement surgeries, pioneering this procedure in the state of Florida.

Dr. Alan Valadie is a board certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in adult hip and knee reconstruction including primary and revision hip and knee replacement, as well as partial knee resurfacing. Dr. Valadie performs outpatient knee replacement and total hip replacement surgeries, pioneering this procedure in the state of Florida.

Taping for runner's knee. Might need to do this for Big Cottonwood. I always get runners knee running down hill.

Taping for runner's knee. Might need to do this for Big Cottonwood. I always get runners knee running down hill.

Dr. Steven Schafer is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon who specializes in sports medicine, arthroscopy and knee reconstruction. Dr. Schafer serves as the sports medicine physician to the Pittsburgh Pirates, U.S. Soccer Team, IMG Academies and State College of Florida.

Dr. Steven Schafer is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon who specializes in sports medicine, arthroscopy and knee reconstruction. Dr. Schafer serves as the sports medicine physician to the Pittsburgh Pirates, U.S. Soccer Team, IMG Academies and State College of Florida.

Surgeons advise that when pain persists and movements are restricted, it has to be attended to immediately by a specialist or it can become worse.

Surgeons advise that when pain persists and movements are restricted, it has to be attended to immediately by a specialist or it can become worse.

Vitamin A- Speeds the product of collagen, which is a vital protein in your ACL, meniscus and other ligaments and tendons.  What To Eat After ACL Surgery – Sweet potato, carrots, kale, squash, romaine lettuce, prunes, dried apricots, Cantaloupe melon, sweet red peppers, blue fin tuna, mango.

Vitamin A- Speeds the product of collagen, which is a vital protein in your ACL, meniscus and other ligaments and tendons. What To Eat After ACL Surgery – Sweet potato, carrots, kale, squash, romaine lettuce, prunes, dried apricots, Cantaloupe melon, sweet red peppers, blue fin tuna, mango.

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