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ARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE

The cartilage of the knee can wear out over time as degenerative arthritis develops.  When the painful arthritic symptoms fail to respond to medications and injections, surface replacement becomes an option. 

Partial joint replacements such as Patellofemoral Replacement, Uni-Compartmental Replacement and Bi-Compartmental Replacement are available if the arthritis is not widespread throughout the knee.  When the arthritis is severe and it involves the entire knee, Total Knee Replacement is indicated.

 
Total Knee Replacement
   
 
Bicompartmental Knee Replacement
 
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Unicompartmental Knee Replacement
 
 
Patellofemoral Replacement
 
 
 

Arthroscopic Surgery

 
Sports Medicine
 
Total Joint Replacement
 
Fractures and Sprains
 
Workers Compensation
 
Shoulder Care
 
Frozen Shoulder - Adhesive Capsulitis
 
Rotator Cuff Tendonitis - Bursitis/Impingement Syndrome
 
Rotator Cuff Tear
 
Shoulder Dislocation / Instability
 
Shoulder Arthritis
 
Knee Care
 
Patellofemoral Syndrome
 
Meniscus Repair
 
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear
 
Cartilage Lesions of the Knee
 
Arthritis of the Knee
 
Hip Care
 
Trochanteric Bursitis / Snapping Hip Syndrome
 
Avascular Necrosis of the Hip
 
Arthritis of the Hip
 
Spine Care
 
Elbow Care
 
Tennis Elbow
 
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
 
Pitcher's Elbow
 
Hand and Wrist Care
 
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
 
Foot and Ankle Care
 
Heel Pain / Plantar Fasciitis
 
Ankle Sprains
 
Dr. O's Rehab Protocols
 
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