Joint Replacement

Our surgeons are dedicated to the education for the newest and safest techniques for joint replacement surgery. We aim to bring top quality care to our patients so they can resume active lifestyles as soon as possible. Our orthopedic surgeons explore the least invasive treatments first, such as physical therapy, medications and minimally invasive procedures to help relieve your joint pain caused by arthritis’s and restore your flexibility.

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 techniques and longer-lasting artificial joints make joint replacement an option for many active adults with joint pain that reduces their quality of life.