Knee injuries can be painful. They can also lead to other injuries as you compensate for the knee pain. The experienced orthopedic surgeons at OrthoArizona | Arizona Orthopaedic Associates have extensive experience in treating such injuries.
Our orthopedic surgeons are some of the most qualified surgeons in Arizona to treat your knee pain and provide you with the best possible knee replacement surgery.
A traditional knee replacement replaces the surfaces of the knee joint that are primarily responsible for bearing weight. In order to relieve the pain and discomfort you are feeling, our orthopedic surgeons will examine your knee, listen to your concerns and offer the best possible treatment for your pain.
Signature Knee Replacement
Arizona’s leading orthopedic surgeons are now performing the Signature Knee replacement as an alternative to traditional knee replacement procedures. The Signature Knee replacement proposes a more accurate procedure, resulting in quicker recoveries and safer, more effective ways to treat patients with knee problems.
The Signature Knee replacement provides OrthoArizona – Arizona Orthopaedic Associates surgeons access to a higher level of detailed information for positioning the knee implant, thus allowing for proper alignment before the procedure begins. This process ensures a more accurate fit and reduces premature wear.
Oxford Knee Replacement
The Oxford Knee replacement operation focuses only on the problematic areas of the knee, and uses the only fully mobile partial knee replacement system available in the United States.
This procedure is beneficial to patients because it is less painful overall, allows for a faster recovery and results in a more natural walking motion. The Oxford system works because it only replaces one side of the knee. By only addressing the damages or missing meniscus cartilage and replacing it with a free-floating bearing that replicate the purpose of the original tissues, 75 percent less bone is removed during surgery.
Arthroscopy is an orthopedic surgery used to visualize, diagnose, and treat joint issues in patients experiencing pain. In an arthroscopic examination, an orthopedic surgeon makes a small incision and inserts a thin camera called an arthroscope into the afflicted area, allowing the surgeon to assess the interior of the joint and diagnose the issue accordingly.