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I heard Dr. Hungerfod (not sure which one) on WBAL discussing a process for a partial knee replacement for younger or more active people who are not quite ready for a total replacement. I would like more information on this and if I may be a candiate for this procedure. Thank you
-- John Thomas Hilliard (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 28, 2002
There is a booklet on the Unispacer Knee System. Please send your mailing address to Debi Ross at email address email@example.com and she will send you a copy.
Please see the website www.unispacer.com.
-- Marc Hungerford (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 21, 2002.
I had partial knee replacement 4 weeks, was told it would be good for me, because I was a very active 55 year old, and part of my knee was still good. Have had a lot of trouble so far, knee swells, can't bend it. Doing pt three times a week,was told people who have partial knee,usually don't have to have pt at all. Don't know what happened,nothing I was told before surgery has happened!
-- kay pate (email@example.com), May 11, 2004.
I had surgery on Sept. 16,2003 and continue to have pain. MY knee is solid, but the pain is actually worse. I am told to wait 1 year and see. I guess I don't have to long to wait, but I have had about enouth.
-- william c. smith (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 20, 2004.
I had a partial nee replacement 12/02/03,never got rid of the swelling ,lost some of the pain,the more i use it the more it hurts,i play golf and after about 14 holes i have a lot pain,after i sit for a hour the pain eases off and it swells up a lot,now its starting to hurt on the side of knee sometimes,any body had any luck with this operation?
-- Lee (email@example.com), December 26, 2004.