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Joint Replacement

The procedure is performed in a hospital or outpatient surgery center. During the surgery, the damaged cartilage and bone is removed from your joint and replaced with prosthetic components made of metal, plastic, or ceramic.


Psychological trauma is a response to an event that a person finds highly stressful. Examples include being in a war zone, a natural disaster, or an accident. Trauma can cause a wide range of physical and emotional symptoms.

Spine Surgery

There are many questions to consider before pursuing spine surgery.

Foot & Ankle

The ankle is the part of the lower limb encompassing the distal portion of the leg and proximal portions of the foot.

Hand Surgery

Hand surgery is a broad term that covers many different types of procedures. Plastic surgeons who perform hand surgery seek to restore hand and finger function. But hand surgeons also try to make the hand look as normal as possible, as well.

Arthroscopy / Sport Medicine

Arthroscopy is a common treatment for sports injuries. But, some require a mixture of this procedure and open surgery. Common injuries that can be treated using arthroscopy alone include tendon, ligament, and cartilage tears, rotator cuff tears, and inflamed joints. The knees, elbows, shoulders, ankles, hips, and wrists are the most often areas treated using this method.

Joint Regeneration

In laboratory studies, Stanford School of Medicine researchers have found a way to regenerate the cartilage that eases movement between bones.


A rheumatologist is an internist or pediatrician who received further training in the diagnosis (detection), and treatment of diseases that affect the muscles, bones, joints, ligaments, and tendons.

Revision / Complex Joint Replacement

Revision hip or knee replacement is a complex surgical procedure performed in individuals who already had knee or hip replacement surgery but had certain complications that led to failure of the previous surgery. Revision joint replacement is a more complicated surgery when compared to the initial joint replacement surgery.