Joint Replacement

Joint Replacement

If chronic joint pain prevents you from doing what you enjoy, and other therapies are no longer offering relief, it may be time to consider a total or partial joint replacement.

Our board-certified total joint replacement surgeons are here to help you decide if a joint replacement may be right for you.

Our Services

  • Mako SmartRobotics™ robotic-assisted surgery for partial knee replacements, total knee replacements, and total hip joint replacement procedures

  • Same-day or outpatient joint replacements for hips and knees (for qualified candidates)
  • Minimally invasive anterior approach hip replacements
  • Shoulder replacements and elbow care

Your Customized Experienced

From pre-op education courses to post-surgical rehabilitation services, you can count on compassionate, personalized care before, during, and after your surgery.

What to Expect Before Surgery

Following your physician consultation, you’ll have a one-on-one visit with our specialized joint replacement nursing coordinator who will address your concerns and help you fully understand the joint replacement process.

All pre-op testing is done at the hospital. We also offer pre-op total joint education classes for family members and loved ones who want to learn more about what to expect and how they can potentially help you with preparing for your surgery and recovering after your surgery.

Your Surgery

Our team offers the latest advances in joint replacements, joint replacement surgeries, and pain relief alternatives including:

  •  iovera is an innovative cryotechnology system that is a nonopioid alternative for pre-surgical pain relief. The patented, FDA-cleared, iovera system harnesses the power of cold to deliver a localized nerve block.
  • Same-day or outpatient joint replacements of knees and hips for some patients
  • A highly-trained, experienced team in our dedicated inpatient Total Joint Unit to care for patients staying overnight after their surgery

Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

Rehab begins a few hours after surgery when you’ll first meet and work with a physical therapist. Each day you’re an inpatient, you’ll have personalized sessions with PT to help with minimizing your pain and improving your mobility.