Total Joint Replacement

Total joint replacement surgery can be used to treat many different types of arthritis and damage. Total hip and knee replacements are the most commonly performed joint procedure, but total joint replacement surgery can be performed on other joints, like the ankle, shoulder, elbow, and wrist.
Hip replacement surgery is a life-changing event for many people. After undergoing this procedure, they will experience an improvement in their ability to do everyday tasks and lessening or the removal of pain from the hip region. In total hip replacements (also called total hip arthroplasty), damaged bone and cartilage are removed and replaced with prosthetic components.

Hip Replacement

Knee Replacement

Knee replacement surgery, also called knee arthroplasty is a knee resurfacing because only the surface of bones are replaced. Most people who have this procedure experience dramatic reduction in knee pain and significant improvement with daily activities that involve movement around your home or workplace; some even resume their favorite sports!
Robotic-Assisted Surgery is a wonderful advancement in technology that allows doctors to perform complex procedures through just a few tiny incisions. This allows patients to heal quicker and to return to normal daily activities faster. Our facilities feature fully equipped operating rooms with advanced technology and instruments.

Robotic-Assisted Surgery

Ligament Reconstruction

Ligament reconstruction is a surgical procedure to repair or replace a damaged ligament. An injury or tear in this tissue can cause pain, loss of motion, and destabilization at the joint site. Ligament reconstruction is a minimally invasive procedure, which means it has fewer risks than open surgery and requires less downtime and recovery time. A high percentage of those who have this procedure are able to return home the same day as their surgery.
Joint resurfacing is a technique that addresses the complications associated with arthritis. These procedures are to repair the areas where the cartilage has deteriorated. As a result of joint resurfacing, you will experience less joint pain and improved function. And, because of the minimally invasive nature of joint resurfacing, you should be able to return to normal activities soon after.

Joint Resurfacing

Physical Exam

The orthopedic examination is a critical step in determining the cause and treatment for many different disorders. It begins with an inspection, which aims to reveal gross abnormalities as well any inflammation or bruising that may be present at this time; next comes palpation where hands are used delicately so they can feel around joints looking for anything out-of-the-ordinary – such as range of motion issues due from certain injuries.
The neurological evaluation follows next before finally ending on special tests designed specifically towards evaluating one’s diagnosis.
We don’t just treat chronic pain, we take a holistic approach to relieve your pain and improve the quality of life for everyone who comes through our doors. The first step to a better life is often just one visit with us. We work hard at relieving pain and improving the quality of living for all our patients, which starts by addressing what truly matters: your needs as an individual person striving towards optimal health!

Pain Management


Orthotics are more than just a heel pad or shoe insert you can buy at most athletic stores. They’re highly customized, which means they have been created to help address various symptoms for your feet and legs such as pain or discomfort of the muscles in these areas. Orthotic treatments have been shown time after time as being successful in treating various symptoms.The neurological evaluation follows next before finally ending on special tests designed specifically towards evaluating one’s diagnosis.
Therapeutic exercise is a type of physical therapy that can help you with your recovery. Our specialists may prescribe specific movements to increase strength, flexibility and decrease pain following an injury or surgery for instance!

Therapeutic Exercise

​​Non-Surgical Treatment

Some orthopedic conditions are first treated with non-surgical procedures. One of the most common forms of non-surgical orthopedics is physical therapy and rehabilitation. In this treatment, mobility is slowly regained by gradually strengthening muscles or joints around the injured area to make movement more comfortable and healing faster.
Pain, swelling, and limited mobility are all common symptoms of arthritis. There are many treatment options to help you get back to pain-free living, and not all include surgery. Treatments can include the use of physical therapy, pain management, and more to reduce your discomfort and increase your mobility.

Non-Surgical Arthritis Care