Arthroscopy is a minimally-invasive procedure used to diagnose and treat joint conditions. Originally, arthroscopy was used primarily in the diagnosis and planning phases of a traditional open surgery...


Hip replacement is a surgical treatment that replaces a severely damaged hip joint with a prosthesis (an artificial body part). This type of surgery is often recommended to people with painful conditions of the hip that have not responded to more conservative nonsurgical treatments...


Joint preservation of the hip and knee is an innovative way to help relieve joint problems as naturally as possible. There are many joint preservation procedures available to treat common joint problems such as hip dysplasia and early osteoarthritis, without requiring full replacement...


The joint rehabilitation therapy program provides comprehensive care for both pre- and post-operative joint replacement patients as well as for non-operative patients with musculoskeletal and degenerative disorders...


Ligaments are strong, fibrous rope-like bands that hold the three bones of your knee joint together: the thighbone (femur), shinbone (tibia) and kneecap (patella)...


Loose bodies are small fragments of detached bone or cartilage that float through the body, catching or locking in the joints. The best treatment and surgery for the removal of loose bodies depends on a few important factors including age, current and past health, the extent of the loose body to be removed, the location of the loose body and any history with other medications and treatments...