Hip Replacement Surgery
Our expert hip replacement surgeons at our Center for Joint Health and Mobility provide individualized treatment for each patient to relieve their hip pain.
Pain and limited mobility in the hip due to osteoarthritis can interfere with your life and stop you from being as active as you want to be. When non-surgical treatments haven't worked, hip replacement surgery may be your best solution.
At the Center for Joint Health and Mobility, we'll work with you to determine the best surgical treatment approach for you personally based on your individual goals and the condition of your hip, including total, partial and minimally invasive hip replacement surgery. We'll help ensure you have less pain, recover faster and can get back to your life as soon as possible.
From pre-habilitation, or "prehab," which optimizes your health before surgery to rehabilitation after surgery, our team is here for you every step of the way.
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 a Virtual Visit or an in-person appointment today and see how our Orthopedic care never stops
You can trust our orthopedic specialists to provide expert, compassionate patient care.
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