When non-surgical therapies don’t alleviate severe joint pain, the best chance of relief and restoration of function and mobility often lies in joint replacement surgery.
Hip replacements and knee replacements are two of the most successful surgical procedures ever developed. Our fellowship-trained, board-certified joint specialist, Dr. Matthew Barber is up to date on the most current technology available for patients suffering from joint pain and can navigate the best course of action from initial care through the rehabilitation process. Our second joint replacement specialist Dr. Nate Sbravati will join the practice in August 2023 after completing his fellowship at the prestigious Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas.
When surgery is not the best choice or a joint is not quite ready for replacement, our specialists are happy to give advice about the best non-operative options to provide pain relief and improve function.
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According to the Arthritis Foundation, more than 50 million Americans suffer from arthritis. Arthritis is a non-discriminatory, complex family of musculoskeletal disorders consisting of more than 100 different diseases or conditions; it affects people of all races, ages, and gender. Non-operative treatment options include bracing, medications, and injection however, once arthritis has reached its end-stage and non-operative options have been exhausted, the best chance for relieving pain and restoring loss of function and mobility often lies in joint replacement surgery.
Outpatient Joint Replacements: Hip
Outpatient Joint Replacements: Knee