While the symptoms of joint pain may be tolerated with medications and lifestyle adjustments, there may come a time when surgical treatment is necessary. Total joint replacement surgery, also called arthroplasty, removes the damaged portion of the joint and replaces it with artificial implants. For nearly 50 years, joint replacement procedures have decreased pain and restored function to those suffering from pain. New designs, materials, technologies, and techniques in joint replacement continue to evolve.

Our Board Certified joint replacement specialists are trained to evaluate, diagnosis and perform non-surgical as well as surgical treatment of all joint replacement procedures using the latest techniques to help ensure optimal outcomes for joint replacement patients. Our physicians will gladly answer all of your questions about these and other joint replacement procedures:

Anterior Muscle sparing total hip replacement
Partial and Complete Knee Replacement
Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement
Total Shoulder Replacement

To learn more, please visit our Patient Education page or contact us.