Rapid Recovery Hip and Knee Program
Partial Knee Replacement
total joint replacement
The physicians at the Bone and Joint Institute provide comprehensive care to all degenerative disorders of the adult hip and knee with focus on total joint replacement. Treatment includes:
Total Joint Replacements
Joint preserving operations of the hip and knee including:
Primary Joint Replacement surgeries of the hip and knee are performed for osteoarthritis, inflammatory arthritis, osteonecrosis, post-traumatic arthritis and other disorders. Revision total joint replacements are performed for patients whose previous implant has failed due to loosening or fracture.
- Bone graphing
A variety of disorders in the young adult - including hip dysplasia, osteonecrosis of the femoral head, post-traumatic nonuinion and malunion of the proximal femur, early osteoarthritis, old slipped capital femoral epephyses and other developmental deformities of the hip and knee - are evaluated for joint preserving operations.
Surgical techniques employed to treat these conditions including:
Proximal femoral osteotomies
Core decompression and bone grafting techniques
Osteotomies about the knee
Hip and knee arthroscopy