Joint Reconstruction

Joint pain can be caused by arthritis, a sports condition, a traumatic injury, a degenerative condition or simple wear and tear. Regardless of the cause, if simple movements are painful and limiting, Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic provides many treatment options — both surgical and non-surgical — to help you find relief.

Joints refer to the area where two or more bones meet. While there are different kinds of joints all over our bodies, the ones most commonly used and more easily damaged are those in the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands, hips, knees, ankles and feet. Joint damage is so common because of the frequent pressure applied to our joints throughout our lives. However, joint disorders such as arthritis and fractures do not necessarily result in lifelong pain. Depending on the severity of the joint damage, TOC’s trained and experienced orthopedic surgeons will help you find the solution to eliminate pain and improve your quality of life.

Joint reconstruction ranges from minor repairs to the damaged joint to total joint replacement. These treatment options can offer temporary pain relief or permanent solutions to joint disorders. Depending on the severity of the joint damage, TOC’s trained and experienced orthopedic surgeons will help you find the solution to eliminate pain and improve your quality of life.

ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF HAVING YOUR JOINT REPLACEMENT AS AN OUTPATIENT

Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic continues to provide innovation to support your orthopedic needs. We are now scheduling approved total joint replacement surgeries without the need to spend the night in the hospital.

Advantages of Outpatient Surgery:

  • Same-day discharge
  • Increased comfort / high patient satisfaction
  • Easy and convenient access
  • Rapid recovery protocol
  • Potentially reduced risk of hospital-acquired infections
  • Typically lower overall cost

Our team will review your general health, insurance coverage and post-operative needs to help you decide if outpatient total joint surgery is a good option for you. Ask your doctor for more information.