It’s a common complaint all too many of us have: when getting out of bed, or standing up from a chair, our knees are not always as co-operative as we would like. Walking may be slowed or negotiating stairs becomes more complicated, as our knees seem to age more quickly than other body parts. In fact, knee replacement is the most common joint replacement surgery performed at this point. Are you a knee replacement candidate? The National Institute of Health (NIH) has a comprehensive guideline to help you understand what your options may be if you suffer from ongoing knee pain. Surgery is a serious consideration, but less invasive interventions may be better tried first. Find out what your options are, and what may be best for you, Here.