Kneecap (patella) instability is a condition that causes the kneecap to shift, usually because of injury. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Meniscal allograft transplantation restores the meniscus to the knee, provides shock absorption, and helps prevent osteoarthritis. Learn more about this procedure.
Damage to articular cartilage at the ends of bones in joints like the knee, elbow, ankle, and hip.
Many people develop osteoarthritis as they age. Fortunately, there is wide variety of treatment options that can allow you to continue to pursue the physical activities you enjoy.
A tear resulting from acute injury to or degeneration of meniscus.
A condition in which one or both of the bones of the hip joint are abnormally shaped, causing them to rub against each other.
Complex knee ligament conditions describes damage to more than one of the four knee ligaments, often as a result of trauma or a sports injury.
Total ankle replacement, like similar operations for arthritic or injured hips and knees, can restore the ankle to normal functionality.
Avascular necrosis of the hip is a condition in which the blood supply within the hip bone is disrupted, leading to the death of bone tissue.
A total hip replacement via a direct anterior approach is a minimally invasive surgery to replace a damaged hip while avoiding nearby muscles and tendons. Learn about this procedure.