Total and Partial Joint Replacement
Beacon Bone & Joint offers both traditional and minimally invasive surgery for your joint replacement needs.
Traditional joint replacement surgery repairs and replaces painful, damaged joints such as your knee, hip or shoulder. The surgeon puts in a partial or whole new joint, plus other materials for strength and support. Using the latest in materials and procedures our joint replacement specialists can develop the perfect solution for your individual needs.
In addition to traditional surgery, our specialists are also able to perform minimally invasive techniques for less pain and faster healing. Using a thin, flexible tube called a catheter and microscopic devices, our surgeons can view and treat a damaged joint. Other less invasive approaches include anterior (front) hip surgery. This provides more direct access to the hip than other approaches, such as those from the back. It can help limit discomfort and speed healing.
In all joint replacement cases, your surgeon will evaluate your needs and discuss the best approach for you.
- Download Beacon Orthopedic Program Knee & Hip Replacement Guide (PDF)
- View pre-op education and requirements
When is it time to consider joint replacement?
When your shoulder hurts during activity. When your knee hurts at the end of the day. When your hip is so sore it makes sitting uncomfortable or pain wakes you up at night. If you are frustrated because you can’t be as mobile as you’d like, it may be time to consider partial or total joint replacement. At Beacon Bone & Joint, you will get accurate evaluation and diagnosis, followed by leading-edge joint replacement procedures.
Our goal is to return you to maximum function. Inpatient and outpatient care options available along with follow-up physical and occupational therapy. That’s convenient, connected care.
Preventative orthopedic care.
Our preventive care includes screenings to check your bone and joint health. We also offer classes, events and programs year-round. When accidents happen or age-related arthritis weakens your bones and joints, we help with that, too.