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Joint Replacement

Anterior Approach Hip Replacement

The hip is composed of two bones, the head of the femur (ball on top of thigh bone) and the acetabulum (socket) that is a portion of the pelvis. The ends of these bones that move about each other have a layer of cartilage, which forms the surface of the joint. In arthritis the cartilage layer is progressively destroyed by mechanical factors and inflammation. 

Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement

The knee replacement experts at Joint Pain Orthopedics have extensive experience and training in knee replacement surgery.  See what our fellowship trained surgeons can do.

Minimally Invasive Shoulder Replacement

The shoulder replacement experts at Joint Pain Orthopedics have extensive experience and training in shoulder replacement surgery.  See what our fellowship trained surgeons can do.

Reverse Shoulder Replacement

The shoulder replacement experts at Joint Pain Orthopedics have extensive experience and training in shoulder replacement surgery.  See what our fellowship trained surgeons can do.

Revision Joint Replacement

There are different modes of failure of a joint replacement.  Revision joint replacement specialists at Joint Pain Orthopedics have the knowledge and skills to correctly diagnose and fix the problem.

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