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Looking for Relief From Joint Pain?
Aches and pains shouldn’t slow you down. Whether you are living with arthritis, osteoporosis, or pain related to an injury, our team is here to help you get back to enjoying life.
Our specialists take a team approach to care by collaborating with radiologists, physicians, physiatrists, specialized nurses, therapists, and trainers to ensure high-quality of care in an easily-accessible manner.
Thanks to joint aches and pains, many people find that everyday activities like gardening, biking, golfing, and even playing with kids or grandkids may bring more pain than pleasure. If you can relate, we may be able to help. Answer a few questions to see if you should speak with a provider about finding the right treatment to help put the go in your get-up-and-go again.
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At Lake Cumberland our specialists take a team approach to care by collaborating with radiologists, physicians, specialized nurses, therapists, and trainers to ensure high-quality care in an easily-accessible manner. The team at LCRH offers many specialized orthopedic procedures including:
- Joint Replacement Surgery
- Hip Replacement
- Knee Replacement
- Shoulder Replacement
- Trauma and Fracture Care
- Hand & Upper Extremity
- Arthroscopic Surgery
- ACL & Meniscal Tears
- Rotator Cuff Injuries
- Sports Injuries
Anterior Hip Replacement
Lake Cumberland Orthopedics is proud to offer minimally invasive anterior hip replacement, which relieves pain and restores mobility to patients whose joints have been damaged by trauma or degenerative diseases such as hip arthritis.
Benefits to Your Patients:
- Outpatient procedure/shorter recovery time
- Smaller incisions which leads to less pain
- Decreased chance of hip dislocations
- Fewer post-surgical restrictions and precautions
What’s the difference?
The direct anterior method is considered “muscle sparing” because it does not involve cutting into (and later repairing) muscles and tendons to reach the damaged bone and tendon. Instead, the surgeon gently pushes the groups of muscle and ligaments aside, inserts the implants, and then moves them back to their proper position.
Don't Let Bone or Joint Pain Hold You Back
Whether you want to to get back to gardening or running marathons, we want to help you keep moving. Our Total Joint team is dedicated to helping patients planning for total joint replacement. We collaborate with your orthopedic surgeon to help you better prepare for surgery and better prepare for life after your procedure. Our Total Joint Seminars help patients to understand our thorough approach to total joint replacement, allowing them to meet members of their care team before their stay and ask any questions they may have prior to surgery. Total Joint Seminars are a way for the patient and their primary care giver to prepare for their journey ahead. After surgery, we want to help you get back to moving with inpatient physical therapy and will help you arrange for home health or skilled nursing care upon discharge, if necessary.
An Introduction to Bone and Joint Health
A minimally invasive surgery allowing a surgeon to view the interior of a joint.
Whether you’re an athlete, a weekend warrior or an active individual, we can care for your sports-related injuries.
Knee problems can occur in people of all ages. We’re here to address your pain and help keep you moving forward.
When hip pain disrupts your daily routine, we’re here with compassionate and individualized care to help keep you moving forward.