The Total Joint Center
Specialists in Arthroscopic and Replacement Surgery
The Total Joint Center at Danbury Orthopedics is a leader in the full range of adult hip, knee and shoulder surgery. Our team of fellowship trained, orthopedic surgeons perform cutting-edge procedures using the latest technology for superior outcomes.
Our surgeons sub-specialize in knee, hip and shoulder replacement surgery. This can take the form of either full or partial replacement surgery, as well as fracture repair due to trauma. Minimally invasive arthroscopic hip, knee or shoulder surgery generally results in quicker return to function and higher satisfaction. In addition, we are especially sensitive in treating older patients who have experienced geriatric trauma or are suffering from osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or other inflammatory joint diseases.
Not all patients who come to The Total Joint Center require surgery. We will explore nonsurgical options, including bracing and physical therapy, depending on the patient’s symptoms, condition and needs.
Our practice seeks not only excellent results, but a patient experience that exceeds your expectations. At Danbury Orthopedics’ Total Joint Center, you will find truly personal service, close to home. Our treatment approach, with care delivered by our highly trained team of hip, knee and shoulder surgeons and rehabilitation therapists, offers an integrated, team approach to your recovery, in our offices that are close to where you live or work. Our Connecticut location, offers top quality care without a commute, making your experience more convenient and manageable during your recovery period.
- Total hip replacement surgery (posterior and anterior approach)
- Revision hip replacement surgery
- Total knee replacement surgery
- Revision knee replacement surgery
- Arthroscopic knee surgery
- Arthroscopic hip surgery
- Arthritis management (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis)
- Management of disorders of the hip and knee
- Meniscus tear (ALC, MCL)
- Bursitis and tendonitis