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Hip and Knee Replacement

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At Orthopaedic Associates of Manhasset, our joint replacement surgeons specialize in hips and knees. We’re trained in the latest techniques to ensure the best outcomes. Having surgery is a big decision, but it can greatly improve your quality of life. Each day, we help people get back to doing what they love.

Why Choose Orthopaedic Associates of Manhasset for Joint Replacement?

We know you have choices. We’ve been providing quality joint care to the people of Long Island since 1971. We get to know you and tailor treatments based on your specific goals.

You can rest assured knowing that we offer:

  • Fellowship-trained, board-certified orthopedic surgeons: Our surgeons have all completed additional training dedicated to diagnosing and treating knee and hip problems. It’s why we are true experts when it comes to joint injuries and conditions. See our physicians.
  • Advanced surgical techniques: Our surgeons are experts at minimally invasive and muscle-sparing approaches. This includes, robotic and technology-enabled surgery, partial knee replacement, and direct anterior hip replacement. We stay current with new advancements and incorporate the latest research and evidence into our practice.
  • Same day joint replacement: Many of our patients go home from surgery the same day. Some may even be a candidate for joint replacement at an outpatient surgery center. Learn who is a candidate.
  • Seamless surgery and recovery process: With a convenient surgery center, we try to make your joint replacement journey easy to navigate. We perform ambulatory joint replacements at East Hills Ambulatory Surgery Center in Greenvale, which is affiliated with St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center®.

Who Needs Joint Replacement Surgery

The main reason people need joint replacement surgery is arthritis, which is caused by wear and tear to your joints.

Joint pain can limit your ability to work, exercise, and do the activities you enjoy. With the correct diagnosis and an individualized treatment plan, you can get back to living your life to the fullest.

We typically start with medications, therapeutic injections, and physical therapy. When those are no longer helpful, we may consider surgery. Talk to your doctor to learn about the different options and decide what’s right for you.

The main reason people need joint replacement surgery is arthritis, which is caused by wear and tear to your joints.

Joint pain can limit your ability to work, exercise, and do the activities you enjoy. With the correct diagnosis and an individualized treatment plan, you can get back to living your life to the fullest.

We typically start with medications, therapeutic injections, and physical therapy. When those are no longer helpful, we may consider surgery. Talk to your doctor to learn about the different options and decide what’s right for you.

Types of Joint Replacement Surgery We Do

We treat a wide range of people, from athletes with overuse injuries to adults who have been dealing with knee or hip pain for decades. Not everyone needs surgery. But for those who do, we have multiple options.

Hip Replacement Surgery

We remove the damaged ball and socket hip joint and reconstruct it with an artificial joint. Your doctor will discuss which type of surgery is best for you, including:

  • Total hip replacement
  • Outpatient or same-day hip replacement
  • Anterior hip replacement (an incision in the front)
  • Posterior hip replacement (an incision in the back)

Learn more about hip replacement surgery.

Knee Replacement Surgery

We remove the damaged parts of the knee joint and replace it with an implant. Options can include:

  • Total knee replacement
  • Partial knee replacement
  • Outpatient or same-day knee replacement

Learn more about knee replacement surgery.

Revision Surgery

Hip and knee replacements are generally successful and durable, but some people will eventually need a revision to correct a problem with an existing hip or knee replacement. We have surgeons who have trained specifically in this more complex type of reconstruction.

We remove the damaged ball and socket hip joint and reconstruct it with an artificial joint. Your doctor will discuss which type of surgery is best for you, including:

  • Total hip replacement
  • Outpatient or same-day hip replacement
  • Anterior hip replacement (an incision in the front)
  • Posterior hip replacement (an incision in the back)

Learn more about hip replacement surgery.

We remove the damaged parts of the knee joint and replace it with an implant. Options can include:

  • Total knee replacement
  • Partial knee replacement
  • Outpatient or same-day knee replacement

Learn more about knee replacement surgery.

Hip and knee replacements are generally successful and durable, but some people will eventually need a revision to correct a problem with an existing hip or knee replacement. We have surgeons who have trained specifically in this more complex type of reconstruction.

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