People with ceramic hip replacements may experience just months after surgery a squeaking sound when they walk, according to a study to be released by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. But doctors say it is likely nothing to be alarmed about. Authors of the study said that the squeaking nose is made by abnormal wear on the bearing surface, which leads to loss of normal lubrication and creates the noise. It does not cause pain or limited mobility and does not indicate potential problems with the artificial hip device. However, some people have had to have a second surgery ... Read More
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