Outpatient Joint Replacement
Advances in technique and technology make it possible for some patients to have joint replacement surgery as a same-day procedure, outside of a traditional hospital setting.
There are several different treatment options for knee arthritis. Each patient is unique and some will respond to certain treatments better than others.
Partial Knee Replacement
Partial Knee Replacement surgery replaces a damaged portion of the knee—the medial (inside), lateral (outside) or the patella (kneecap), with a prosthetic implant.
Anterior Hip Replacement
Anterior hip replacement is a technique to replace worn ends of the bones in the hip joint.
Hip Replacement Surgery
Hip arthritis typically occurs in adults aged 45 and older, when the cartilage that cushions the joint breaks down and eventually wears away.
Hip Revision Surgery
Surgeons perform hip revision surgery to repair an artificial hip joint that has become damaged through normal wear and tear or from infection
A total shoulder replacement is often an option for patients with severe arthritis of the shoulder.