The decision to have a joint replacement is one that you will make together with your surgeon, your other physicians, and your family. There are several reasons why you might be a candidate for orthopaedic surgery. Generally, patients who benefit the most from surgery are suffering from severe pain that limits their normal everyday activities. This pain is resistant to non-operative treatments such as medications, injections and therapy. There are no absolute indications or restrictions for surgery. Orthopaedic surgeons evaluate each patient individually, and recommendations are based on your specific case. Most patients are between the ages of 50 to 80, but joint replacements have been performed successfully in patients of all ages.
knee replacement surgery

Knee Treatments

  • Total Knee Replacement
  • Revision Total Knee Replacement
  • Partial Knee Replacement
  • Computer-Navigated Knee Replacement
  • Robotic Knee Replacement
  • Pressure Balancing Knee Surgery
  • Bone Preserving Knee Surgery
  • Minimally Invasive Knee Surgery
  • Muscle Sparing Knee Surgery
  • Complex Knee Deformity Surgery
  • Knee Arthroscopic Surgery
  • Knee Fracture Repair Surgery
  • Knee Implant Salvage Surgery
  • Knee Infection Surgery
  • Knee Joint Preservation Surgery
  • Knee Aspirations
  • Knee Injections
hip replacement resurfacing

Hip Treatments

  • Total Hip Replacement
  • Revision Total Hip Replacement
  • Hip Joint Resurfacing
  • Robotic Hip Replacement
  • Anterior Approach Hip Replacement
  • Computer-Navigated Hip Replacement
  • Bone Preserving Hip Surgery
  • Minimally Invasive Hip Surgery
  • Muscle Sparing Hip Surgery
  • Complex Hip Deformity Surgery
  • Hip Fracture Repair Surgery
  • Hip Implant Salvage Surgery
  • Hip Infection Surgery
  • Hip Joint Preservation Surgery
  • Hip Aspirations
  • Hip Injections