World-Class Joint Care Begins at the Region's Most Preferred Orthopaedic Practice—EmergeOrtho: Foothills Region
Our fellowship-trained or specialty-trained joint revision doctors are dedicated joint replacement and revision specialists board-certified in orthopaedic surgery and committed to providing patients with the compassionate, world-class care they deserve and need to emerge stronger.
Our joint revision surgeons are experts in examining, diagnosing, and treating joint-related injuries and conditions, including complications with implants. Additionally, they are highly skilled in performing joint replacement and joint revision surgeries, such as revision surgery for a knee replacement, hip replacement, and shoulder replacement.
How Our Joint Revision Surgeons Help Patients Emerge Stronger
When our joint replacement and revision specialists develop an individualized treatment plan for a patient with a joint- or implant-related injury or condition, their first step is to always look at nonsurgical care options that will help instead of recommending surgery. Sometimes, the joint problem can be solved without the need for surgery with treatments such as physical therapy.
However, if nonoperative treatment options fail to provide relief for the patient or their pain becomes debilitating, our joint replacement and revision surgeons will recommend a surgical treatment plan that is right for the patient. Our surgeons have undergone extensive training in not only joint replacement surgery but also revision surgery and are dedicated to using the latest treatment options as well as advanced surgical techniques. Specializing in a variety of joint replacement and revision procedures that can be used to treat implant- or joint-related problems, our surgeons are experts in the following procedures:
- Joint replacement surgery, including total hip replacement and total knee replacement
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Revision hip replacement
- Revision knee replacement
While surgery for a joint revision is similar to that of a joint replacement, they are not the exact same, which is why our specialists are dedicated to spending time to educate and provide patients with an understanding of the surgery, its benefits, and the recovery process. They also make sure they answer any questions the patient might have about their joint revision surgery or recovery.
Do You Need World-Class Joint Care or Revision Surgery?
If you have had a joint replacement in the past and are now noticing any of these symptoms, you should consider consulting with an orthopaedic doctor or surgeon:
- Artificial joint feels unsteady
- Beginning to experience joint pain or new sensations of discomfort
- Existing implant feels loose
- Experiencing a complication with the existing implant
- Experiencing bone-on-bone or grinding sensations
- Joint pain
- Knee replacement feels wobbly
- Soreness or stiffness
- You had a fall or accident that has damaged your knee replacement, hip replacement, or shoulder replacement
Patients that have had a joint replacement and have any of the above symptoms often seek help or pain relief from a surgeon specializing in joint revision surgery.
If you have joint pain, need a joint revision, or are experiencing a complication with your implant, such as the implant feels loose or unstable, our joint revision doctors are ready to provide you with the world-class joint care you need. Schedule an appointment with one of our doctors specializing in joint revision by calling (828) 324-2800 or requesting an appointment online.
Emerge Stronger, Healthier, and Better at EmergeOrtho: Foothills Region
At EmergeOrtho: Foothills Region, our patients are always our top priority. Our entire team, from our joint replacement and revision doctors and surgeons to our physical therapists and additional providers, is focused on providing you with the compassionate, world-class orthopaedic care you need to emerge stronger and get back to doing the things you love.
Our joint revision team will be by your side through every step of your journey to pain relief, from diagnosis and surgery to recovery and rehabilitation. Whether your implant feels loose or you need hip revision surgery, knee revision surgery, or another surgery, our doctors will be right beside you.