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Joint Replacement Surgery
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Our expert team uses the latest advances in joint replacement surgery to treat osteoarthritis or trauma in the hips, knees, shoulders, elbows or ankles.

What Does Joint Replacement Involve?

Have you tried non-surgical treatments without success? Or do these treatments no longer ease your pain and stiffness? You don't have to give up your active lifestyle. Joint replacement surgery can give you long-lasting relief.

Joint replacement surgery involves removing a damaged joint and replacing it with a prosthetic. If you have a total joint replacement your surgeon replaces the entire joint. A partial joint replacement involves removing and replacing only the damaged part of the joint.

Hip and knee replacements are the most common joint replacements. And we offer two different approaches for hip replacement surgery:

  • Anterior hip replacement, where the surgeon enters through the front of the hip.

  • Posterior hip replacement, where the surgeon enters through the back of the hip.

Our expert orthopedic surgeons also offer:

  • Ankle replacement.

  • Elbow replacement.

  • Shoulder replacement.

You'll need to do physical therapy and exercises in the hospital and when you return home. This helps strengthen the muscles around your new joint. Physical therapy also helps to stretch scar tissue so your new joint can move as normally as possible. Soon you'll be back to doing the things you love, without the pain.

Why Choose Luminis Health Orthopedics

Each member of our joint replacement team is an expert at what they do. We stand out because of our:

  • Reputation for excellence. Our joint replacement program is one of the largest in the state. People travel from across the country for our expertise. It's also what brings doctors here from around the world to learn from us. We're leaders in high-quality orthopedics research, which ensures you receive the most advanced care. Plus, our record of outstanding care and results earned us regional and national awards.

  • Continuous care. We're right beside you from the time you decide on surgery until you've recovered. You learn what to expect at our pre-op class. Our physical therapy team helps you get your body ready for surgery. After your operation, they'll guide you through exercises to gradually make your new joint stronger and more flexible.

  • Shorter hospital stays. Three-out-of-four of our first-time patients go home either the same day or one day after surgery. But that doesn't mean you're on your own. Our team stays in contact with you once you're home. This means you're less likely to need emergency care or readmission to the hospital. Plus, if you're eligible for PT360, our physical therapists come right to your home.

  • Dedicated nurse navigators. Having surgery shouldn't be scary or confusing. Our dedicated nurse navigators answer your questions and let you know what's going to happen next. Our nurse navigators ease your mind. They'll also coordinate your care and connect you with any resources you need. This gives you and your family the peace of mind you need as you prepare for and recover from surgery.

Next Steps & Contact

Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center

Primary Location

2000 Medical Pkwy, Belcher Pavilion, Ste 101, Annapolis, MD 21401

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