Joint Replacement and Revisions
When it comes to hip replacement and reconstruction, Dr. Sanders has established himself as one of the leaders in the anterior approach to hip replacement. This advanced technique approaches the hip from the front of the hip joint, resulting in a much less traumatic procedure.
There are many benefits with the anterior approach such as less pain, quicker recovery and less hospitalization. Dr Sanders was featured on Good Morning Texas explaining the anterior approach to hip replacement.
Many Americans suffer from knee pain and dysfunction, limiting their natural ability to maintain mobility. When it comes to your knees, flexibility and stability are crucial. Dr. Sanders and our team take a comprehensive approach of evaluating and treating all knee conditions, which could include knee replacement surgery with the goal being to resolve pain and restore mobility. Knee replacement options include…..
- Total Knee Replacement
- Partial Knee Replacement
Total shoulder joint replacement is a surgical option for patients who suffer from acute or chronic joint dysfunction. This is usually the result of osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis, but more rarely for those who have sustained severe trauma from a shoulder fracture. Generally, non-surgical treatments are considered first, but total shoulder replacement can provide pain relief and an increase in natural mobility for those who have not experienced relief. Shoulder replacement options include:
- Standard Replacement
- Reverse Replacement
Joint Revision Surgery
If you have undergone joint replacement surgery in the past and are still experiencing pain, you might be a good candidate for a revision surgery. Revision replacement is required when prior joint replacement is causing pain or joint instability. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including implant wear or loosening.