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What to Expect with Knee Replacement Surgery

You want the best outcome for your
knee replacement surgery. So do we.

What to Expect with Knee Replacement Surgery

You want the best outcome for your
knee replacement surgery. So do we.

Ready to talk about knee replacement
surgery with a doctor?

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Knee pain can significantly impact your daily activities.

Having a total knee replacement is one solution that your doctor may discuss with you to help get you back to a normal, active life.

Although the reasons to have a total knee replacement vary from person to person, the goal is the same – to get you back to what you love! Learn more below about the causes of knee pain, treatment options and the latest advancements in knee surgery.

Knee Replacement can impact daily life. Grandfather fishing with grandson on a lake
total knee replacement surgery

Knee Replacement Surgery

What can I do?

If non-surgical treatment options, such as medication, physical therapy or lifestyle changes like losing weight, fail to provide relief, your surgeon may recommend total knee replacement surgery.

Pete is an avid photographer and weekend warrior whose knee pain limited everyday tasks. As a quality engineer at Exactech, he was eager to undergo knee replacement surgery to get him back on his feet.

Patient Stories

What have other patients experienced?

Watch these knee replacement video testimonials from real Exactech patients to learn more about their surgery and recovery experiences.

Common Questions FAQs about Knee Replacement Surgery

Resources & Frequently Asked Questions

Common questions about knee replacement surgery

We’ve collected resources and put together some FAQs to help you understand knee replacement surgery.

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With any surgery, there are potential risks, and results will vary depending on the patient. Joint replacement surgery is not for everyone. Check with your physician to determine if you are a candidate for joint replacement surgery. Your physician will consider the risks and benefits associated with this procedure, as well as individual factors such as the cause of your condition, your age, height, weight and activity level.

 

The information contained within this website is for educational purposes only and is not providing medical advice. This information is not intended to replace the expert guidance of your orthopaedic surgeon. Please direct any questions or concerns you may have to your orthopaedic surgeon. Decisions concerning patient care and treatment should be made solely by your physician(s). With any surgery, there are potential risks and results will vary depending on the patient.

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