Types of Joint Replacement
Joint replacement surgery offers relief from debilitating joint pain when other methods have failed. The experienced team of surgeons, nurses and therapists at Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute work collaboratively to provide personalized, coordinated care for patients.
When hip pain becomes debilitating and conservative therapies have failed, Doylestown Health's board certified orthopedic surgeons offer minimally-invasive, muscle-sparing techniques for hip replacement so you can get back on your feet faster.
Doctors performing hip replacement surgery:
If knee pain is interfering with your activities of daily living, knee replacement surgery may be an option after more conservative therapies have failed. Doylestown Health's experienced orthopedic surgeons offer innovative, minimally-invasive knee replacement therapies for faster recoveries.
Doctors performing knee replacement surgery:
- Boylan, Douglas N., MD
- Burrows, Charles B., MD
- Courtney, P. Maxwell, MD
- Steere, Joshua T., MD
- Vikoren, Thomas H., MD
- Wang Jr., Peter, MD
One of the body's ball and socket joints, the shoulder offers almost 360-degree motion. But arthritis, fractures and other disorders can damage the shoulder, leaving patients in debilitating pain and with limited function. The shoulder experts at Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute are experienced in technically complex shoulder joint replacement.
Doctors performing shoulder replacement surgery:
Same-Day Total Joint Replacement for Rapid Recovery
At Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute, highly motivated, qualified patients can participate in our Same-day Joint Replacement program. Rapid recovery options including same-day outpatient surgery are part of the Orthopedic Institute's innovative total joint replacement program for hips, knees and shoulders.
Learn More About Same-Day Total Joint Replacement
For more information about joint replacement at Doylestown Health's Orthopedic Institute, please call the Orthopedic Patient Navigator at 215.345.2642 or PDiPietro@dh.org.