Restoring you to an active and pain-free lifestyle
The wear and tear from a lifetime of activity can take its toll on your joints—especially your hips and knees. The goal of our joint reconstruction program is to help you get moving again, pain-free.
Joint reconstruction surgery is considered if other treatment options do not relieve joint pain and disability caused by aging, injuries and arthritis. Joint reconstruction, also known as joint replacement, has been shown to ease pain, improve range of motion and allow an increase in activity for a better quality of life.
Midwest Orthopaedic Center surgeons are specialty-trained and experienced in joint reconstruction, including the minimally invasive direct anterior approach for hip replacement and robotic-assisted hip and knee replacement surgery. The diagnosis process begins with a physical examination, followed by X-rays that will show the extent of damage to the problem joint. We use advanced surgical techniques and quality artificial joints designed to enable normal, full-functioning movement for years to come.
Rehabilitation through on-site therapy at our Peoria and Pekin locations is designed to help you heal faster so you can get back on your feet and resume an active lifestyle.
Joint reconstruction is also available for: