Total Joint Replacement
Enloe’s Total Joint Replacement Program offers the latest surgical techniques, providing tangible benefits to those who suffer from severe joint pain or dysfunction.
Less-invasive surgical techniques enable a shorter hospital stay and a faster recovery and rehabilitation.
Procedures & Treatments
Minimally Invasive Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery
This technique for hip and knee replacement surgeries is used with a smaller incision, which usually avoids the need to cut or detach muscles or tendons.
Anterior Approach to Hip Replacement Surgery
In this approach, the surgeon reaches the hip joint by entering through the front of the hip and going between the muscles. With this less invasive procedure patients may go home sooner.
Patient-specific Total Knee Replacement Surgery
This total knee replacement surgery technique uses MRI technology and pre-operative planning tools to create customized cuttings guides. The guides are tailored to each patient’s unique anatomy before surgery takes place.
Patient-specific Partial Knee Replacement Surgery
Like the total knee replacement surgery, partial knee replacement procedures use MRI technology and pre-operative planning tools to create customized cuttings guides. These guides are tailored to each patient’s unique anatomy.
Total Shoulder Replacement Surgery
Total shoulder replacement surgery replaces the damaged cartilage. The shoulder is a ball-and-socket joint, much like the hip joint. This surgery involves replacing the arthritic humeral head with an implant ball and resurfacing the glenoid (socket) with an implant socket.
Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement Surgery
Reverse total shoulder replacement surgery replaces the damaged bone and cartilage. It involves replacing the arthritic humeral head (ball) with a socket implant and resurfacing the glenoid (socket) with a ball implant. The surgery works better for people with a non-functioning rotator cuff.
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Are you ready to find a solution to your severe joint pain? Contact us online today to schedule a consultation with one of our dedicated surgeons.