Many joint problems are related to arthritis of the knee, hip and shoulder. Other joint problems can be caused by osteonecrosis, cartilage tears, and rotator cuff damages. Whenever possible, our physicians treat joint disorders through non-surgical options such as medication, therapy and splinting. Depending on the stage of the disease or the extent of the patient’s disability, the Joint Replacement Center may treat these joint problems with reconstructive or replacement surgery. We are dedicated to early identification and treatment of joint problems.
If you qualify, you can have a new knee or hip replacement via Outpatient ASC (Ambulatory Surgery Center) total joint replacements at Orthopaedic Associates. We can help you return to or even exceed your prior mobility or activity level. Read More One-day Total Joints Information.
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