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Our joint replacement specialists offer you the combined expertise of highly skilled, compassionate orthopedic surgeons, physician assistants and certified advanced practice nurses. Advances in minimally invasive joint procedures, such as partial knee and partial hip replacements, promise faster recoveries.

Our Joint Replacement Services

Joint replacement is a surgical procedure to remove and replace an arthritic, or damaged joint, with a full or partial artificial joint. This procedure is commonly performed on hips, knees and shoulders, and some smaller joints, like the ones in wrists and hands, can also be replaced. Joint replacement surgery is usually considered after other treatment options have failed to provide relief from pain and or disability.

Knee and Hip Replacements

Joint replacements are recommended when a joint has deteriorated and the joint surfaces need to be replaced with artificial materials. This procedure is commonly performed on hips and knees, and some smaller joints, like the ones in shoulders, wrists and hands, can also be replaced. Joint replacement surgery is usually considered only after other treatment options have failed to provide adequate relief from pain or disability.

Shoulder Replacement


Shoulder joint replacements are recommended when the joint has deteriorated and the joint surfaces need to be replaced with artificial materials, usually metal and high-density plastic. Shoulder replacement surgery is usually considered only after other treatment options have failed to provide adequate relief from pain or disability.

Our Specialists

Our joint replacement team offers you the combined expertise of highly skilled, compassionate orthopedic surgeons, physician assistants and certified advanced practice nurses. All of our surgeons are board certified and most are fellowship trained, meaning these doctors have additional training in state-of-the-art techniques in their subspecialties. 

 

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When Whitley was 18 months old, she started attending daycare. In the months that followed, she began to develop recurrent ear infections. Her pediatrician treated her with antibiotics, but the infections would inevitably return.

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