Pain can range from annoying to excruciating. Why live in pain?
thing about joint pain is the way it can interfere with your independence. A jolt of back pain on your backswing may cause you to put away the golf clubs. Tenderness in your knees may mean you sit on the sidelines while your children or grandchildren
If you have trouble moving or even resting comfortably, the simplest activities become difficult or impossible.
With the right treatment, you don’t have to live with pain. New procedures and robotic surgeries make it
even easier to repair or replace your joints without long hospital stays or painful recovery.
Talk to an orthopedic specialist to start living an active, pain-free life.
You deserve a pain-free life.
The shoulder has the widest range of movement of any joint in the body. It's also one of the most unstable. Meanwhile, total knee replacement is one of the most common surgical procedures in the country. As people stay
healthy and active ever later in life, it’s important to maintain your mobility and independence, without constant pain.
Whether arthritis is making your joints stiff or you need complete joint replacement, we’ve made a commitment
to some of the latest technology to get you on your feet faster than ever before.
“Happy patients. Happy surgeons.”
One of the biggest concerns people have about knee or hip surgery is the recovery, but you may go home
faster than you think, thanks to new technology.
Your quality of life after bone or joint treatments is only as good as the care you receive. The accuracy of the repair and the skill of the surgeon can have a profound effect on your recovery. When you have access to industry-leading experts and cutting-edge
surgery, you heal faster and enjoy an incredible range of motion and independence for years to come.
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