Features July 2014 Issue

Hip, Knee Replacement May Help Improve Heart Health, Too

Treating severe arthritis may boost your ability to exercise, which can then have a significant impact on your cardiovascular fitness.

Treating your arthritic hips and knees with joint replacement surgery may do much more than relieve pain and stiffness. The procedures may also help your heart.

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