Total Knee Joint Replacement
Are You Considering Knee Replacement Surgery?
Each patient is unique, but generally candidates for knee replacement surgery have:
- Pain severe enough to restrict not only work and recreation, but also the routine activities of daily living
- Pain that is not relieved by more conservative methods of treatment, such as reduced activity, medication or physical therapy
- Significant joint stiffness and loss of mobility
- X-rays that show advanced arthritis or other degenerative problems
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Total Knee Implants Designed With Women in Mind
Total knee replacement is one of the safest and most successful types of surgery; in well over 90% of cases, it is complication-free and results in significant pain relief and restoration of mobility1.
Stryker’s Triathlon® Knee System represents the contribution of over 30 years of clinical success in orthopaedic implants. It utilizes the latest in knee technology to help increase the extent to which you will be able to restore motion in your knee after surgery. The Triathlon® Knee is designed for natural knee movement, helping to relieve your pain and restore your independence.
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Cementless Total Knees
Knee Home Exercise Program
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Partial knee replacement is a treatment option for people with early to mid-stage osteoarthritis (OA) that has not yet impacted their entire knee. Only the diseased portion of the knee is replaced, sparing healthy bone and the ligaments known as the ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) and PCL (posterior cruciate ligament). To know more click on below tab.
MAKOplasty® Total Knee Replacement
We understand that making sure you know what to expect from your joint replacement experience is important to you. As you are reading through this material, if you have additional questions please reach out to us to discuss. To know more click on below tab.
Knee AAOS Links
ACL Injury: Does It Require Surgery?
Adolescent Anterior Knee Pain
Arthritis of the Knee
Knee Arthroscopy Exercise Guide
Knee Replacement Exercise Guide
Prepatellar (Kneecap ) Bursitis
Osgood-Schlatter Disease (Knee Pain)
Osteonecrosis of the Knee
Unicompartmental Knee Replacement
Runner’s Knee (Patellofemoral Pain)
Total Knee Replacement
Viscosupplementation Treatment for Arthritis