Don’t let joint pain slow you down. Performing more than 3,000 joint replacement procedures each year, our team of experts will get you back to a life in motion.
Is arthritis causing your joints to be painful, stiff or swollen? Does hip or knee pain affect your daily activities? These symptoms should not be ignored — you may be suffering from advanced joint disease.
The Penn Joint Replacement Program brings together a team of doctors, nurses and physical therapists who take a whole-body approach to diagnosing and treating hip and knee pain. These experts work together as a seamless unit to provide a wide range of treatments, not just surgery, and help you return to an active, pain-free lifestyle.
Current advances in hip and knee reconstruction techniques, such as minimally invasive surgery and computer-assisted surgery, allow patients to return more quickly to their favorite activities, and the use of technologically advanced materials such as ceramic bearings in joint replacement, provide long-term benefits.
Procedures performed by the Penn Joint Replacement Service include:
The orthopaedic experts at Penn's Joint Replacement Service treat painful and debilitating joint conditions with advanced surgical techniques and technology.
Our experts offer the latest joint reconstruction procedures.
Stories of patients who Penn Medicine has helped get back to a life in motion.
Our classes help you prepare for joint replacement surgery so you know what to expect throughout the entire process.
Our center for hip preservation pinpoints the underlying cause of hip pain and repairs the hip joint, rather than replace it.
Meet our physicians who treat hip and knee pain.
Arthritis can cause pain and stiffness in joints. Learn about symptoms, prevention, causes, diagnosis and treatments.
Important information for patients under our care and those considering orthopaedic care.
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