Whether grocery shopping or walking your dog, pain shouldn’t be part of your life. If knee pain is reducing your mobility and forcing you to sacrifice your lifestyle, it’s time to seek help.
The experienced orthopedic specialists at BCH have the expertise to determine the treatment path that’s right for you. Our orthopedic program earned the Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission, the nation’s largest standards-setting and accrediting body in health care, for demonstrating compliance with national standards for quality and safety. We are one of only five Colorado hospitals to have earned this distinction.
We provide comprehensive orthopedic services that support you from diagnosis through complete
You may not need surgery for pain relief. Anti-inflammatory medication can reduce swelling in the knee joint. Physical therapy and prescribed exercise can strengthen your joints and relieve pain. In many cases this will relieve the symptoms and surgery will not be required.
If your symptoms are more serious, your physician may recommend surgery. Boulder Community Health Orthopedics offers the latest innovative procedures to reduce pain and restore mobility.
Arthroscopic Knee Surgery is a minimally invasive technique that repairs soft tissue injuries. If left untreated, your tissue injury may progress into a more serious problem.
Partial Knee Resurfacing uses Mako, an advanced, surgeon-controlled robotic arm that allows the surgeon to resurface the diseased bone in the knee, sparing the patient’s healthy bone and surrounding tissue. An implant is then secured in the joint to allow the knee to move smoothly again.
Partial Knee Replacement is an alternative to total knee replacement when knee pain is confined to an area (compartment) of your knee – lateral, patellofemoral or medial. This procedure repairs the diseased area of the knee by replacing it with an implant, saving as much of your natural knee as possible.
Total Knee Replacement is the most comprehensive knee surgery that replaces the entire damaged portion of the femur (thighbone) and tibia (shin bone) with an artificial knee joint, also known as a prosthesis or implant. This surgery has a high success rate and may offer the best treatment option for long-term improvement when other treatments have proven inadequate.