Hip and or knee pain that limits the ability to walk and limits your daily activity should be evaluated by an Orthopaedic specialist. Constant, debilitating joint pain is not a normal part of the aging process. Pain may be caused by arthritis, sport injuries, trauma, or work-related injuries, and may worsen over tie if the underlying cause of the pain is not addressed.  

Our surgeons have extensive training and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of hip and knee conditions. We will diagnose the cause of your pain and work with you to develop an effective treatment plan.

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Hip Conditions and Treatments

Minimally Invasive Direct Anterior Approach Hip Replacement

Direct anterior approach is a minimally invasive surgical technique for total hip replacement. Patients undergoing and anterior approach hip replacement generally have a shorter hospital stay, lower pain, and quicker return to regular activities.

Direct anterior approach is a minimally invasive surgical technique for total hip replacement. Patients undergoing and anterior approach hip replacement generally have a shorter hospital stay, lower pain, and quicker return to regular activities.

Robotic Assisted Hip Replacement

Using Mako® robotic assisted surgical technology, surgeons provide hip replacement surgery personalized to each patient’s diagnosis and unique anatomy. Before surgery surgeons use a CT scan of the hip to create a 3D virtual model of the hip and the Mako software to develop a pre-operative plan. During surgery, the surgeon guides the Mako® robotic arm to remove the arthritic bone and insert the hip implant.

Knee Conditions and Treatments

Knee pain may be resolved with conservative therapies such as rest, bracing, and physical therapy. When conservative treatments are unsuccessful, an Orthopaedic specialist may recommend injections or surgical intervention.

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Robotic-Assisted Partial and Total Knee Replacement

Using Mako® robotic assisted surgical technology, surgeons provide partial and total knee replacement personalized to each patient’s diagnosis and unique anatomy. Before surgery surgeons use a CT scan of the knee to create a 3D virtual model of the hip and the Mako software to develop a pre-operative plan. During surgery, the surgeon guides the Mako® robotic arm to remove the diseased joint and prepare the bone for placement of the knee implant. The Mako® system allows the surgeon to adjustments to the plan as needed during surgery to ensure an accurate placement of the implant.

Patient Instructions for Joint Replacement Surgery