Center for Joint Health and Mobility
Our personalized approach to joint care focuses on restoring your joints and restoring the way you want to live your life.
The top-ranked orthopedic team at the Brigham and Women's Center for Joint Health and Mobility has long been at the forefront of osteoarthritis treatment and joint replacement surgical care, offering patients the latest innovations and advanced treatment approaches.
Our comprehensive approach to joint care is designed to provide you with a modern, convenient and innovative experience that advises you on your options, guides you through your treatment, and supports you during your recovery.
Whether you're interested in newer options like same-day joint surgery or feel more comfortable with more traditional or conservative treatment approaches, we'll work with you to develop a plan personalized to your needs and mobility goals so you can get you back to being you as soon as possible.
Additionally, through our Safe Care Commitment, our orthopedic specialists are taking comprehensive measures to provide the safest possible environment for our patients, including offering the option for Virtual Visits where an in-person appointment isn't required.
Schedule an appointment or Virtual Visit today so we can get you moving, get you healthy and get you home.
Call 857-307-6021 to make an appointment
Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm ET
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If you have sudden or ongoing pain in your knee, hip or shoulder, you may wonder when it’s time to seek medical care for your joint problem. You may be able to manage pain on your own for a while, but how do you know if joint pain is a sign of a serious problem that needs care?
After struggling with joint pain for years, Doug chose to undergo hip and knee replacement surgeries with Brigham and Women's Department of Orthopedics. To his delight and surprise, in both cases he was able to go home the very same day as his surgery.
The knee, the largest joint in the body, bears most of our weight. Due to the natural wear-and-tear that comes with constant lifting and moving, the knee is frequently affected by arthritis.