Accredited knee replacement program in Portsmouth
Knee arthroplasty, more commonly known as knee replacement surgery, relieves knee pain and restores joint function. It involves the resurfacing or capping of the ends of bones damaged by arthritis or injury with a prosthetic (or artificial) implant made from metal and/or plastic.
Recognized for excellence and quality in service, our accreditation from the Joint Commission ensures you receive the best care at all times. We use the latest advancements and minimally invasive techniques, including robotic surgery for precise and accurate alignment. Our customized implant solutions mean a better fit, faster recovery and enhanced performance.
For more information about our knee replacement surgery program, call (888) 421-1080.
Your joint replacement journey at Portsmouth Regional Hospital begins with expert orthopedic care and continues with education about the condition and procedures available to you. Patients give us high satisfaction rates due to our:
- Excellent joint replacement outcomes
- Comprehensive preoperative education
- Care throughout the treatment journey
- Specialized programs before and after surgery
- Fellowship-trained, board-certified specialists
- Free valet parking for hospital services
Candidates for knee replacement surgery
You may be a candidate for knee replacement surgery if you:
- Experience knee pain with activity
- Feel pain even while resting
- Wake up during the night due to knee pain
- Have difficulty sitting, climbing stairs or bending down
- Tried other treatments, such as diet, exercise and medications, without success
Take our hip & knee quiz for a knee replacement.
Types of knee replacement surgery we offer
We offer options to fit your goals and lifestyle, including:
- Total knee replacement: This procedure involves all entities (thigh, skin, kneecap) that form the knee joint. The implants vary depending on your weight, size and activity level.
- Partial knee replacement: When damage is limited to a portion of the knee (inside, outside or front), we can save healthy tissue and bone in a less invasive procedure. Partial knee replacement is also called resurfacing.