Joint pain and immobility can interfere with your ability to lead an active lifestyle. Millions of Americans have cartilage damage that can be the cause of the knee & hip pain they are experiencing. Cartilage damage in joints can occur from an injury, osteoarthritis, or normal “wear and tear.”
The FORM Hip & Knee Institute was created to offer the latest state-of-the-art techniques to treat joint damage. Recent advancements in the field of joint replacement surgery allow our surgeons to provide improved outcomes and less downtime for patients.
We believe in a personal approach to joint health. Our surgeons take the time to understand each patient’s unique joint problems, and create a personalized treatment plan that fits their symptoms as well as their lifestyles. There are non-surgical options that should be explored, and our surgeons consider the more conservative treatments before joint replacement surgery.
Non-surgical options for knee & hip pain include:
- PRP (Plasma Rich Protein) Injections
- Cartilage Regenerations
- Physical Therapy
- Knee & Hip Resurfacing
- Partial Joint Replacement
- Knee & Hip Arthroplasty
If you have had a total joint replacement and are having pain, our surgeons are experts in total joint revision surgery.
Cartilage damage in your joints can result in one or more of these symptoms:
- Limited range of motion in your joint
- Joint stiffness after long periods of sitting or lying down
- Joint swelling or tenderness
- Grinding sensation in your knee, hip, or shoulder
- Steady pain in your joint
If you are feeling any of these symptoms, contact our office to schedule an appointment today.