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Total Joint Replacement

Joint replacements are surgical procedures to replace portions of the hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, or ankle joint in order to relieve pain and improve mobility and function.

Knee replacements are commonly performed in people who have advanced osteoarthritis and other knee diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis.

  • Total Hip Replacement
  • Total Joint Replacement
  • Total Shoulder Replacement


What doctor specializes in total joint replacement

At Coordinated Health, our highly trained orthopedic surgeons perform joint replacements.


Find total joint replacement doctors near you

To locate a doctor specialized for total joint replacement, use Coordinated Health’s online facility locator, which is accessible at https://coordinatedhealth.com/locations/. It offers the nearest treatment centers for convenient and quality care.


When you should see a specialist for total joint replacement

You may want to consider a joint replacement when nonsurgical options like medication, injections, physical therapy and bracing no longer help alleviate your pain. Other signs you may need a joint replacement include aching in the joint, pain after excessive use, loss of function and mobility, joint stiffness after inactivity or rest.

  • Total Hip Replacement
  • Total Knee Replacement
  • Total Shoulder Replacement


Experience Excellence at Coordinated Health

Coordinated Health has been the region’s leader in orthopedic care for over 30 years and is the most awarded hospital in the area for orthopedics. We offer a higher surgical success rate than our competitors, a comprehensive continuum of care that includes onsite imaging, same-day appointments, and an integrated physical therapy team. In addition, both Coordinated Health hospitals offer our patients and their visitors' deluxe accommodations that include a private room, low nurse to patient ratios, made-to-order dining, and free wi-fi.


Total joint replacement causes and conditions

Causes and conditions for total joint replacement range from injuries to arthritis and genetic conditions. Here are a few examples of causes for total joint replacement:

  • Arthritis of the shoulder (glenohumeral arthritis)
  • Trauma
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Bursitis of the hip
  • Ligament injuries (ACL, LCL, MCL, and PCL tears)
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Quadricep tears and patellar tendon tears
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Psoriatic Arthritis


Joint Replacement Surgical Procedures

  • For knee replacements, there are two surgical options: total knee and partial knee.
  • The surgical option for hip replacement is total hip replacements.
  • For shoulder replacements, there are two surgical options: total shoulder and reverse shoulder.
  • The surgical option for ankle replacement is total ankle replacement.
  • The surgical option for elbow replacement is total elbow replacement.


Total joint replacement recovery

Most advanced pain management protocol

  • Expert use of local anesthesia for faster recovery
  • Lower risk of infection and fewer complications than other surgical hospitals in the region*
  • Dedicated rehab experts
  • Physical therapists work directly with surgeons and are with you every step of the way
  • Minimally invasive surgery, reducing pain and need for narcotics
  • Clinical practice guidelines based on the latest best practice evidenced-based medicine


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