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Chronic joint pain prevents thousands of Americans from doing the things they used to enjoy. For some, they can alleviate their symptoms with medication or by making changes to their diet and exercise. But for others, making lifestyle changes isn’t enough.
In those cases, an orthopedic surgeon may recommend total joint replacement (also known as joint arthroplasty).
Logansport Memorial Hospital’s orthopedic surgeons can remove damaged cartilage and replace your injured joint with a new, artificial prosthesis made from metal and plastic.
We will help during recovery and beyond with incision care, pain management, blood clot prevention, and physical therapy.
Most patients get hip replacement surgery to relieve hip pain and make it easier to walk around and enjoy moderate and low-impact activities again.
Our highly-skilled orthopedic surgeons are trained in the minimally-invasive, innovative anterior approach for hip arthroplasty which offers many post-procedure advantages, including:
Lower odds of hip dislocation
Greater range of movement
Patients with an injury or painful knee damage caused by arthritis often decide to have a total knee replacement when their body doesn’t respond to alternative treatments for chronic pain and their mobility is limited.
During a total knee replacement surgical procedure, one of Logansport Memorial Hospital’s experienced orthopedic surgeons will replace your entire knee with an artificial joint.
Through it all, we will be there to help manage and alleviate post-operative pain. After recovery, many knee replacement patients report significant or complete relief from persistent, unbearable knee pain.
We can help you get moving again. Learn more about what might be causing your joint pain and which treatment options are available.
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