Arthroscopic knee surgery is one of the most common unnecessary surgeries performed today—along with back and hip surgeries, pacemakers, cardiac angioplasties, hysterectomies, and Cesarean sections.
Several studies over the past decade have highlighted questions about arthroscopic knee surgery, and now, you can add one more to the pile. The meniscus inside your knee is a thin crescent-shaped disc of cartilage that serves as a cushion between your femur and tibia and helps stabilize your knees. Read more
Monday, February 10, 2014
Arthroscopic Knee Surgery No Better Than Sham Surgery
Joseph Mercola reveals how to rebuild knee cartilage without an arthroscopic operation.