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Whether you're a weekend warrior, a competitive athlete or are simply feeling the aches and pains of age, Redmond Regional Medical Center has services to evaluate and care for your bone and joint health.
At Redmond Regional, our highly skilled orthopedic surgeons are trained and skilled in both general and specialty orthopedic care, and are continually expanding the boundaries of orthopedic medicine. Our physicians use sophisticated, minimally invasive techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to treat a variety of sports injuries, as well as knee, elbow, shoulder, hip and wrist pain.
Joint PainPain in the joint may arise due to cartilage damage. This may be from injury, wear and tear, or arthritis in the joint. As a result, the joint becomes less mobile and painful. If a patient is not responding well to conservative methods, then surgery may be required.
What Can Be Done?If arthroscopic or joint replacement surgery is selected as a treatment option, the foremost goal is to achieve optimal pain relief. Additional objectives may include regaining function, correcting deformity, and/or preventing further damage.
Total Joint Replacement – Arthritic or damaged joint is removed and replaced with an artificial joint designed to move like a normal, healthy joint.
Total Knee Replacement – An artificial joint is used to replace the diseased joint. The artificial joint is anchored into place with bone cement, or in some applications, it is covered with material that allows bone tissue to grow into it.
Hip Replacement – The head of the thigh bone and the hip socket is replaced with an artificial ball and stem made of a strong metal or ceramic, and the artificial socket is made of polyethylene or metal backed with a plastic liner. The artificial joint may be cemented in position or held securely in the bone without cement.
Minimally Invasive SurgeryIf a patient suffers from hip or knee pain, the goal of our surgeons is to pursue the least invasive path to treating the patient’s pain. The benefits of minimally invasive surgery include: smaller incisions, less tissue trauma, shorter stays in the hospital, minimal scarring and faster recovery.
The goal of joint replacement surgery is to provide a pain-free hip or knee that will last as long as possible and allow the patient to enjoy a relatively normal lifestyle. The majority (90% to 95%) of hip and knee replacements performed today last 15 years or longer.
Therapy Begins ImmediatelyAt our hospital, following surgery, rehabilitation is pursued through a coordinated and aggressive multidisciplinary rehabilitation program. Our innovative regimen is focused on helping patients regain maximum mobility with the ultimate goal being the return to an active lifestyle. Patient education and personal interaction with our staff is our priority throughout your stay. Patients benefit through written materials and an active environment, with inclusion of family and friends in the recovery process.
Our Surgical Orthopaedic Services
- Free comprehensive joint replacement patient education class prior to hip or knee replacement surgery “Joint Venture”
- Bone grafts
- Carpal tunnel and other peripheral nerve entrapment syndromes
- Correction of foot deformities
- Extremity arthrodeses
- Muscle, ligament and tendon repairs and transfers
- Prosthetic joint replacement - hip and knee
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