Avoid Knee Replacement and Pain



If you or someone you know suffers from knee pain, before knee replacement surgery is considered, here’s a potential solution that just may help avoid that costly and painful surgery and lengthy rehab time.

This device also has the potential to restore the knee to ‘normal loading condtions’ and help alleviate the pain of osteoarthritis sufferers.

A California and Zurich based company called Moximed has recently been awarded the European CE Mark, which allows them introduce the Atlas Knee System. The device, a knee joint unloader, is designed to lower pressure applied to knee joints and possibly delay (or even prevent) costly and inevitable knee replacement surgeries.

It is similar to how shock absorbers work in vehicles. Indeed, the same principle has been applied for this device…only it is now applied to knees.Read more…




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