Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Many replacement conditions can be treated through conservative methods, but some may require surgery to effectively relieve pain and restore function to the joint. Your doctor will decide which type of treatment is best for you after a thorough evaluation of your condition. Contact Us Today

Total Knee Replacement Surgery in Wayne, Paramus, Englewood, and Surrounding Areas of NJ

Knee injuries of any kind are painful and can prevent you from going about your everyday life. However, severe knee injuries can make it difficult to perform even the most basic tasks, like standing or walking from the front door to the car in the driveway. While non-surgical treatments may provide temporary relief, patients who have yet to effectively address their symptoms through non-invasive means may be viable candidates for total knee replacement surgery. In Wayne, Paramus, and Englewood, New Jersey, High Mountain Orthopedics offers this treatment option for local patients and those from surrounding areas.

What Is Total Knee Replacement Surgery?

Total knee replacement involves removing the damaged cartilage and a small amount of the underlying bone. They’re then replaced with metal or plastic implants, and the entire kneecap is resurfaced. The procedure is completed by inserting a spacer between the implants to make them glide easily together, replicating the original bone and cartilage that was removed. Our physicians are experienced in performing this type of procedure and can walk you through the steps and detail your recovery process during your surgical consultation.

Signs It Might Be Time for Total Knee Replacement

While most knee pain is usually brought on by normal wear and tear and the body’s aging process, some cases are the result of a traumatic injury or another condition. If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms after repeated non-surgical attempts at treatment, total knee replacement surgery might be right for you:

  • Bruising
  • Clicking or popping sounds
  • Difficulty bending the knee
  • Feeling of instability
  • Hot to the touch
  • Pain and discomfort
  • Locking of the knee
  • Problems bearing weight
  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Tenderness

In addition to these symptoms, you should also be on the lookout for symptoms related to osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis, as all of these can occur in the wake of a severe knee injury.

About Total Knee Replacement at High Mountain Orthopedics

Our team of highly trained physicians and medical professionals work with you to maintain your comfort through the entire surgical process, from pre- to post-op. Any questions or concerns you have about knee replacement surgery will be answered to give you peace of mind in the days leading up to your operation. We can also give you a step-by-step walkthrough of the entire surgical process so you know exactly what our team will be doing to improve your quality of life. We also provide aftercare following your surgical procedures, and when you adhere to our recommended plan for recovery, you’ll have the best chance of making a full recovery and returning to your day-to-day life.

Schedule a Total Knee Replacement Consultation Today

At High Mountain Orthopedics, we understand that independence is vital for a healthy mindset and lifestyle, which is why we’re proud to serve patients throughout NJ from our locations in Wayne, Paramus, and Englewood, New Jersey. To learn more about total knee replacement surgery and find out whether it might be right for you, contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physicians.

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