Orthopedic Specialists Treat Comprehensive Orthopedic Conditions

Broward Health knows that orthopedic injuries come in many forms. Broward Health’s orthopedic specialists are experienced in a wide range of diseases and conditions to treat all your orthopedic needs.

Work and play can lead to sudden injuries that need immediate care while long-term overuse injuries deteriorate joints over time which can require specialized care. In addition to treating unexpected orthopedic injuries, our team of orthopedic specialists are highly experienced in partial and total joint replacements.

Joint Replacement Specialization

Using advanced diagnostic tools and sophisticated treatment options including minimally invasive robotic surgical methods, our orthopedic surgeons, along with a multidisciplinary team of caregivers, are dedicated to creating customized treatment plans for each patient.

In preparation for joint replacement surgery, we provide a Pre-op Joint Replacement Guide and an educational class to help our patients prepare for surgery. This allows us to answer any questions prior to surgery and help make sure our patients and their caregivers know what to expect before, during, and after the surgery. Please call the Joint Replacement Center at 954.712.4274 for information about the Joint Placement Program. Please complete this attestation form after you have watched the Joint Replacement Patient Education Video. This form will be sent to the Joint Replacement Coordinator.

As part of our comprehensive care, our experienced rehabilitation team will provide a therapy plan designed to help ensure appropriate pain management to facilitate a smooth recovery. Post-surgery, Broward Health offers inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation programs designed to help patients regain their mobility. Specialized care is available to help patients reach their highest level of functioning. Specialized programs are also available for seniors suffering from degenerative discs, stenosis of the spine and joint deterioration.

Comprehensive Joint Replacement Surgery Solutions

Our joint replacement specialists at Broward Health offer a full range of joint replacement surgeries, many of which are minimally invasive, making your recovery and rehabilitation faster and easier.

  • Anterior minimally invasive robotic surgical methods for many hip replacements
  • Computer-navigated and image-guided knee replacement surgery
  • Robotic technology improves accuracy and decreases scarring
  • Minimally invasive procedures provide greater stability and range of motion

Total Joint Replacement Exercises and Tips

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Why Choose Broward Health?

Broward Health offers advanced minimally invasive technology for total hip and knee replacements. This innovative robotic arm solution is designed to aid surgeons in attaining a new level of precision to restore your mobility and active lifestyle.

Robotic-Arm Assisted Technology is a treatment option for adults living with mid to late-stage osteoarthritis (OA) of the hip and knee. The technology provides you with a personalized surgical plan based on your unique anatomy. First, a CT scan of the diseased knee joint is taken. This CT scan is uploaded into the system software, where a 3D model of the knee is created. This 3D model is used to pre-plan and assist your surgeon in performing your total hip, knee or partial knee replacement.

Benefits of the surgery may include:

  • Shorter recovery times
  • No activity limitations
  • Less pain
  • Decreased dislocation
  • Less scarring
  • More natural feeling joint

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