Arthritis and injuries are two of the most common causes of knee joint problems, which can make everyday life difficult. Simple activities like walking can become excruciatingly painful and grueling. Moreover, the occurrence of pain is not limited to being mobile; the discomfort may arise even while sitting or lying down. If you are struggling from knee joint disorders, Granite Orthopaedics offers nonsurgical and surgical options to bring relief from pain and restore mobility. Our nonsurgical treatments include pain medication, physical therapy and lifestyle changes. We also recommend using walking supports.
When nonsurgical treatments are not effective at suppressing the pain or restoring function, we offer total knee replacement surgery. It is a safe and effective option that dramatically reduces pain and produces significant improvements in function and mobility.
In addition to total knee arthroplasty, our highly experienced orthopedic surgery team performs arthroscopic knee surgery (knee arthroscopy), knee cartilage repair and knee joint and ligament repair.
Our highly trained and skilled orthopaedic surgeons will conduct a thorough examination, assessing knee function, mobility and strength. We will also check the conditions of the muscles, ligaments, tendons and soft tissues surrounding the affected joint to determine proper medical recourse.
The decision to undergo knee replacement surgery is ultimately up to you. If you want to explore this surgical option, come to Granite Orthopaedics to get an expert opinion on the matter.
If you’re wondering if you are an ideal candidate for this option, our friendly and experienced orthopedic surgeons will answer any questions you might have. Come to Granite Orthopaedics. We serve the communities of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Williamson, Dewey-Humboldt and nearby areas.
The information shared below is provided to you as an educational and informational source only and is not intended to replace a medical examination or consultation, or medical advice given to you by a physician or medical professional.