Hip and Knee
Hip or knee pain may initially be treated with non-surgical approaches like physical therapy or medication. In certain cases, surgery may be required to repair or replace a joint that has deteriorated significantly. Our surgeons are specially trained in joint restoration and replacement.
Joint Replacement Surgery/ Hip and Knee School
If surgery is recommended, our highly skilled team will work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan that will prepare you for surgery and help you recover. All patients are encouraged to attend our free “Hip and Knee School” to meet members of your care team, ask questions and meet and learn from other patients who are also scheduled for joint replacement surgery.
Today, joint replacement surgery is highly advanced and many only require a short stay in the hospital. Some patients may even be discharged the same day. If a hospital stay is required, you will be cared for on our recently remodeled patient floors that feature spacious private rooms with private bathrooms. All staff on these floors have been specially trained in caring for orthopedic patients.
Our Hip and Knee Navigators
If your physician determines that surgery is necessary, you will work with our Hip and Knee Navigators who will guide you every step of the way.
Joint Conditions Treated
- Avascular necrosis
- Hip fracture
- Hip problems
- Infectious arthritis
- Knee pain and problems
- Psoriatic arthritis
- Rheumatoid arthritis