Joint Replacement & Arthritis
The human body is made up of 360 joints, connecting each of our 206 bones and providing a range of motion. Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and trauma can cause our joints to deteriorate over time, leading to pain and loss of function. Joint replacement is an essential branch of orthopedics concerned with the restoration of our joints, particularly the hip and knee joints.
TPMG’s fellowship-trained, board certified orthopedic surgeons are committed to reducing joint pain and performing state-of-the-art joint replacement procedures. Commonly known as Arthroplasty, joint replacement surgery involves the removal of the damaged area of the joint and replacement with artificial technology. The treatment for damaged joints differs depending on the extent of your injury or deterioration. Those who have pain but still retain function might have a different treatment plan than someone with complete loss of function. Our surgeons evaluate each unique case and determine all non-surgical and surgical options available to eliminate joint pain, restore function, and provide patients with the treatment that fits their individual health goals.
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After evaluating the extent of the damage or deterioration to your joints, your surgeon may suggest surgical treatment. For more information regarding these options, read more here.
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