Joint Replacement

Hip joint and knee joint replacements are helping people of all ages live pain- free, active lives. Joints are formed by the ends of two or more bones connected by tissue called cartilage. Healthy cartilage serves as a protective cushion, allowing smooth, low-friction movement of the joint.

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Erik Schnaser, M.D.

Erik Schnaser, M.D.Hip & Knee Reconstruction

Ghassan Boghosian, D.O.

Ghassan Boghosian, D.O.Hip & Knee Reconstruction

Briggs, M.D.

Dustin Briggs, M.D.Hip & Knee Reconstruction

Say Thao, PA-CPhysician Assistant

McKelle Wilwand, PA

McKelle Wilwand, PAPhysician Assistant

Molly McKeown, PA-C

Molly McKeown, PA-CPhysician Assistant

Hannah Glenn, PA-C

Hannah Glenn, PA-CPhysician Assistant

The Anterior Approach for Total Hip Replacement Custom-made Knee Replacements
Advancements in Ankle Replacement Surgery Joint Preservation Through Biologics
Why Do Patients Request Bilateral Total Knees and Hips and More? Joint Replacements for the Arthritic Hand
Minimally Invasive Surgery and Pain Control After Joint Replacement Surgery
Treatment options for Knee
Meniscal Tears Knee Arthroscopy
Uni Condylar Knee Replacement Minimally Invasive Knee Joint Replacement
Total Knee Replacement
Treatment options for Hip
Chondral Injuries of Hip Hip Synovitis
Hip Bursitis Minimally Invasive Total Hip Replacement
Total Hip Replacement Hip Resurfacing
Revision Hip Replacement Femoral Neck fractures
Subtrochanteric Hip Fracture
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