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Knee Treatments

  • Arthroscopic knee surgery
  • Knee replacement
  • Partial knee resurfacing

Over time, arthritis or knee injuries may affect your mobility and quality of life, however proper care can restore both. The orthopedics team at Adventist Health in the Central Valley offers a wide range of nonsurgical procedures for knee pain including nonsurgical treatments, and minimally invasive knee surgeries including partial and total knee replacement.

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Knee treatment options at Adventist Health

We have expert care available convenient to home, family and friends. Our experienced orthopedic surgeons use advanced imaging technology to obtain an accurate diagnosis and create a customized care option for you.

Knee pain and injuries don’t always require surgery. Whenever possible, Adventist Health’s orthopedic specialists choose less-invasive care first. Our doctors will advise if you are a candidate for any of these conservative treatments.

  • Bracing: A brace can stabilize a joint to promote proper healing.
  • Joint fluid therapy: Injections lubricate joints and stimulate the body’s ability to produce its own pain relieving joint fluid.
  • Pain and anti-inflammatory medications: Your doctor may prescribe oral or injectable pain medication.
  • Rest/ice/compression/elevation (RICE): At-home modalities that may be used together or alone to reduce inflammation and pain.
  • Orthopedic rehabilitation: This includes physical therapy and occupational therapy, as well as other treatments based on your individual needs.

Sometimes surgery is the preferred method for restored function in the knee. Your doctor will work with you to determine which procedure is right for you. Knee surgeries we perform include:

  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction: Doctors repair the ACL to alleviate knee pain and restore mobility.
  • Knee arthroscopy: This surgical technique involves inserting a small camera and instruments through a tiny incision to diagnose and treat knee problems.
  • Knee revision surgery: A revision replaces the "hardware" from a previous joint replacement and can break up scar tissue or correct a previous surgery.
  • Partial knee replacement: Also known as knee resurfacing, this less-invasive operation replaces only damaged parts of the knee using advanced technology.
  • Total knee replacement: An artificial component replaces the entire knee joint.

Offering some of the latest advancements in knee replacement surgery

At Adventist Health, education plays a large role in our care. We educate you about your procedure in advance, so you always know what to expect. Additionally, our nurse navigators provide in-depth information for all joint replacement patients about how to prepare for surgery as well as what to expect during and after the procedure.

Once your surgery is complete, we follow up with you to help prevent complications and ensure a healthy recovery. You’ll work with the same team before and after surgery, so you know exactly who to turn to with any questions or concerns.

We look forward to partnering with you on this journey to wholeness.

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