Link Between Heart Attacks And Osteoarthritis Surgery

Around 1.8 million people every year opt for hip or knee replacements. But I don’t recommend surgery, unless it’s absolutely necessary. And new research reveals that in the month after they had surgery, these patients — many of whom are osteoarthritis sufferers — simply replaced their bad knees and hips with a heart attack. Osteoarthritis is the most common chronic condition of the joints. That’s why I recommend natural remedies that ease the pain of osteoarthritis in a much more effective and safer way — and in some cases they can even reverse this debilitating condition. You see, getting a new hip or knee is major surgery — and it comes with a major risk you won’t hear about from mainstream medicine. Yes, they’ll probably tell you recovery is tough. They might even tell you that the potential complications include kidney failure, septic shock, pneumonia and infections.  But there’s one complication that even your doctor maybe unaware of… I’m talking about the shocking spike in heart attack rates for osteoarthritis patients who get new knees or hips. Why are people with osteoarthritis at greater risk of suffering a heart attack? It’s one of the reasons I rarely recommend surgery — and a new study backs up my concern. Researchers at Boston University studied 6,063 osteoarthritis patients who underwent hip replacements. They compared them with 6,603 hip patients who didn’t get surg...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Heart Health Source Type: news

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