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Total Joint Replacement

Our joint replacement specialists are here to help you navigate your options to give you back the active and pain-free life you deserve

About Total Joint Replacement

Joint replacements help people of all ages get back to their pain-free, active lives - but choosing to undergo a joint replacement is no small decision. When it comes to making this decision, our joint replacement specialists are here to help you navigate your options to give you back the active and pain-free life you deserve.

A joint is a structure of the body where two or more bones are fitted together. The ends of these bones are connected by a flexible tissue called cartilage. In a healthy joint, this protective cushion allows the ends of your bones to move smoothly without the end touching. Over time, your cartilage wears away, allowing the rough edges of bone to rub against each other which can cause pain. If the cartilage has been damaged by disease or injury, this tissue may already be inflamed, causing you more pain.

During total joint replacement surgery, also known as arthroplasty, the arthritic or damaged joint is surgically removed and replaced with an artificial joint known as a prosthesis. This type of procedure is performed to alleviate pain, stiffness, or immobility caused by damaged joint cartilage. If only parts of the joint are damaged, your surgeon may be able to repair or replace just the damaged parts.

Should you and your doctor determine that a partial or total joint replacement surgery is the right option for you, you can take comfort in knowing that our dedicated physicians use the latest technology and techniques to ensure the best outcomes for each patient.

Dr. Randall Peyton has performed thousands of knee and hip replacements, providing a better quality of life for his patients. Dr. Peyton is a recognized leader and a pioneer in the field of joint replacement. In addition to his extensive clinical experience, Dr. Peyton frequently lectures on joint reconstruction and replacement surgery topics, including anterior hip replacement - a muscle-saving technique with faster recovery rates.

Specializing in treating all shoulder conditions, Dr. Matthew Griffith brings over 13 years of focused experience with total shoulder replacement. Dr. Griffith received extensive training in the shoulder during his residency and fellowship training, including learning advanced shoulder reconstruction techniques including reverse shoulder replacement.

Conditions Treated by Arthritis & Sports

  • Arthritis, including Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Inflammatory Arthritis

  • Avascular Necrosis

  • Post-Trauma and Post-Traumatic Arthritis

Joint Replacement Specialties

If treatments like physical therapy and injections have not provided relief from osteoarthritis, schedule a meeting with one of our providers today!

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