We collaborate with physical therapy, rehab medicine, inpatient nursing and others throughout the organization to provide timely, satisfying, and quality care for joint replacement patients.
- Dislocation of the hip
- Hip dysplasia
- Hip labral tear
- Inflammatory hip conditions
- Joint degeneration
- Hip arthroscopy
- Hip osteotomy
- Hip resurfacing
- Mini-posterolateral total hip replacement
- Partial hip replacement
- Total hip replacement and revision surgery: posterior, lateral, or anterior approach
- Non-surgical treatments: medications, injections, viscosupplementation, physical therapy, walking aids, weight management, exercise program
Joint replacement program
The Joint Replacement Program is a free education class, or “joint camp,” for patients to learn what to expect before, during and after surgery and how to prepare ahead of time to help ensure the best outcome possible. This program is offered in Concord, Keene, Lebanon, Manchester, and Nashua.