Tracking Your Recovery

Penn Orthopaedics is partnering with Apple and Zimmer Biomet to participate in a new clinical study to help prepare and educate joint replacement patients. Learn More.

Older woman wearing a fitness watch

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, part of Penn Orthopaedics, 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:

In This Section

Video Guides

Watch our educational videos to learn what to expect and how to prepare for hip and knee replacement surgery and recovery.

Share This Page: