On my 30th birthday, I began having knee trouble. Actually, on my birthday. I turned 30, and I had been great the day before and suddenly found it distressing to stand up from my desk. I came across this joke to be in really poor taste, especially since it’s been a problem, on and off, since then. Several of my relatives have had to undergo knee operation, which makes me worry that I’ll end up wanting it, also, especially since some recent research have revealed that knee difficulties can, in some cases, be hereditary.
That? Because of 3D printing, naturally. The developments in knee surgery are mostly whose iTotal joint replacement system utilizes 3D printing to make customized knee replacements that totally fit each person’s human body. The system allows for less pain, faster healing, and greater mobility in relation to the standardized implants that surgeons have now been using for a long time.