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Approximately 1 in 3 people with doctor-diagnosed arthritis (31%) between the ages of 18 and 64 report arthritis-attributable work limitation.1
For many of us not being able to work has a severe impact on our quality of life. A long waiting list and not being able to work is just not an option. If you are experiencing joint pain that is keeping you off the job you have options for getting the right treatment and avoid long wait times. International Healthcare Providers can bring you premium access to the best healthcare in North America to provide you treatment for knee pain.
Whether you’re just starting to feel pain, have been diagnosed by your doctor or are looking for a second opinion, the treatment options are broad. International Healthcare Providers will help you find what options suit your needs best.
Knee surgeries you may be considering include:
- Meniscectomy Knee Surgery
- Meniscus Repair Surgery
- Meniscus Transplant Surgery
- Plica Surgery
- Lateral Release Surgery
- Tendon Repair Surgery
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstructive Surgery
- Partial Knee Replacement Surgery
- Full or Total Knee Replacement Surgery
- Knee Microfracture Surgery
We can work with you to find the best facilities and doctors to treat you in a timely fashion, getting you back on your feet and back to work in no time.
So whether you have osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis or have injured or damaged your knee we will work to reduce your wait time with the best surgeons and healthcare providers in North America. Not only can we provide premium access to the best knee surgeons in the USA, but we know where to find the lowest cost with no compromises. Contact us for more information.
1: Theis KA, Murphy L, Hootman JM, et al. Prevalence and correlates of arthritis-attributable work limitation in the U.S. population among persons ages 18–64: 2002 National Health Interview Survey Data. Arthritis Rheum. 2007;57(3):355–363. PubMed PMID: 17394215.