If everyday activities like climbing stairs or grocery shopping have become unbearable due to pain, then total joint replacement surgery may be the answer. Our orthopedic surgeons perform more than 800 joint replacements every year. When it's time, we're here to help you achieve better movement with less pain.
Joint replacement surgery shouldn't come with surprises. Here’s what you can expect—starting with the decision to have surgery, preparations before surgery, a hospital stay (if needed) and recovery at home. Many patients are successful going home the same day as their surgery. Talk to your surgeon about your options.
We’ll help you understand the causes of joint pain, whether joint replacement is the best option for you and lifestyle changes to consider ahead of surgery. Lifestyle changes commonly include losing weight, quitting tobacco and controlling ongoing health problems, such as diabetes.
Once surgery is scheduled, we’ll guide you along our established care pathway—outlining appointments, home preparations and exercises to begin before surgery. Plus, you’ll have access to workbooks and videos online in our Patient Education library.
Recovery will occupy a lot of your time after surgery, but the effort you put in will help decrease pain and increase function of your joint. As you get back to activities of daily living, you may find these techniques and tips helpful.
Access total joint replacement workbooks and videos online in our Patient Education library. We have the resources to set you up for success—from home preparations and lifestyle changes before surgery to daily exercises and pain management after surgery.
Concerned about your diagnosis? Wondering if surgery is the answer? Seeking other options? Put your mind at ease with a second opinion. Our experienced orthopedic specialists will meet with you to determine the best treatment based on your condition, lifestyle, medical history and age.
We offer total joint replacement close to home.