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Your Joint Replacement Surgery Team

A successful joint replacement surgery requires the support of many different types of providers throughout your surgery experience. From our highly skilled orthopedic surgeons to our specially trained nurses and rehabilitation therapists, you can count on the highest level of care from our coordinated team.

Our orthopedic surgeons have set high standards for the best possible outcomes, enjoying low infection and readmission rates, as well as national recognition for expertise, high quality, and safety in joint replacement procedures. 

Our compassionate nurses will be with you every step of the way. Highlights of our nursing care include:

  • Low patient-to-staff ratio
  • Self-care, preventive care, and health promotion education
  • Pain and symptom management
  • Intra-operative support
  • Medication management
  • Wound/incision care

Finally, our physical and occupational therapists are on hand daily to share evidence-based education with you and your coach on successful joint replacement recovery. You’ll learn about:

  • Consistent moderation: the practice of small spurts of exercises throughout the day. This method of recovery ensures that you ease into exercise and mobility to minimize the discomfort and swelling that comes with doing too much too soon. 
  • Productive rest: the practice of resting in a way that reduces swelling and discomfort.