Joint Replacement

Arthritis and other joint disorders have plagued people for thousands of years, but recent advancements in surgery help those who suffer from joint deterioration or injury to move freely again without pain.

A drastic improvement in surgical techniques and higher quality materials from which implants are made has led to more patients achieving optimum outcomes after hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, and ankle replacements with a reduced rate of post-surgical infection.

Arthroplasty, or joint replacement surgery, restores the integrity of joints and improves function using an artificial joint, or prosthesis. Combined with physical therapy, joint replacement surgery alleviates the stiffness and pain associated with severe arthritis and allows for more complete range of motion so your body can operate the way it was intended.

At Colorado Center of Orthopaedic Excellence, we utilize the most advanced surgical methods available today, including minimally invasive procedures whenever possible. Some of the advanced joint replacement procedures we do include:

Upper Extremity – Shoulder and Elbow

Lower Extremity – Hip, Knee, and Ankle

Turn your disability into ability again with one of our other superior joint replacement surgeons and experience the limitless possibilities of life without joint pain. Request an appointment online with one of our Colorado Springs joint replacement specialists or call (719) 623-1050 today.

Location & Phone

Orthopedic Office Locations:
2446 Research Pkwy, Suite 200
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Phone: (719) 623-1050
Fax: (719) 623-1051

2925 Professional Pl, Suite 201,
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

Phone: (719) 260-4767
Fax: (719) 260-4765

Physical Therapy:
2430 Research Pkwy, Suite 100
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Phone: (719) 623-1795
Fax: (719) 623-1053

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Everything you need to know about your orthopedic condition, from preventing reinjury to avoiding risk factors can be found in our convenient online patient education library.


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