Overview

Overview

Using innovative joint replacement methods, Cleveland Clinic orthopaedic surgeons reconstruct thousands of hip and knee joints each year. Treatments include routine and complex total hip and knee replacement, revision of previously replaced joints that have worn out or failed, partial knee replacement, hip resurfacing, and arthroscopic knee surgery.

Our specialists care for a variety of hip and knee problems, including joints that have been damaged by arthritis and injuries. They are experts in treating painful and infected joint replacements, including the most complex problems associated with severe bone deficiencies. Following surgery, specially trained physical therapists provide individualized care to help ensure long-term success.

Cleveland Clinic orthopaedic surgeons also treat difficult fracture problems such as pelvic/acetabular (hip socket) injuries, complex long-bone fractures especially when near the joint, bone infections, and fractures that have difficulty healing.

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Podcast

Podcast

What You Need to Know About Hip and Knee Replacements

Trevor Murray, MD, Cleveland Clinic Orthopaedic Surgery Specialist