Without you, we'd be couch potatoes. I'm grateful to work at a company that makes such high-quality products. The parts you build make people whole. You gave me back my life.

If you have Pain

You don't have to live with it. Whether your pain is moderate or severe, there are treatment options that can help you get back to your old self. Because living in pain isn't really living.

Caring for Others

It is hard watching the people you care about struggle needlessly because of pain. The good news is that there are things you can do to help.
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I'm grateful to work at a company that makes such high-quality products. The parts you build make people whole. You gave me back my life. Without you, we'd be couch potatoes.

Treating your pain

Living in pain can slow you down physically and drain you emotionally. It can be difficult making a decision, but finding the right doctor and keeping a positive attitude can help you along your journey.

Considering Surgery for another

Caring for someone else can be stressful. You may feel it is more important to do the right thing for them than even yourself. Be confident in whatever you choose.
The parts you build make people whole. You gave me back my life. Without you, we'd be couch potatoes. I'm grateful to work at a company that makes such high-quality products.

Preparing for my Surgery

There are a number of things to do in preparation for surgery. Being prepared mentally and physically can have a positive impact on your outcome.

Caring for Others

Once a treatment decision has been made, there are numerous things you can do to help your loved one prepare.
You gave me back my life. Without you, we'd be couch potatoes. I'm grateful to work at a company that makes such high-quality products. The parts you build make people whole.

My Recovery

How well your new joint will work depends on many things including following your doctor's instructions and physical therapy. You might also find that attitude is everything, and a positive one will help you throughout your recovery.

Caring for Others

Following rehab instructions is important to how well a new joint will work. Your loved one will need someone to encourage them throughout the healing process.
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