Steven Fitzgerald, MD
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When joints are damaged from arthritis, disease or just years of use, sometimes the pain is too much to continue daily activities. Whether you’re 50 or 80 years old, when is the right time to consider joint replacement surgery?
With new surgical advancements and minimally invasive techniques, total joint replacement is often a great treatment option that can restore quality of life and allow people to return to the active lifestyle they love.
Hip and knee replacement are two of the most commonly performed operations in orthopedic surgery. Both procedures are very successful at eliminating pain, correcting deformity and improving mobility so you can get back to the activities you enjoy.
Advanced, painful arthritis in both hips became so painful that Pat feared she wouldn’t be able to participate in the fitness activities she loved. After two hip replacement surgeries, she has resumed her active lifestyle, without pain.