If hip, shoulder or knee pain is keeping you from the things you love to do, joint replacement may help you return to the activities you enjoy. Franciscan Health offers joint replacement surgery with an emphasis on highly personalized patient care and research.
Franciscan Health orthopedic surgeons deliver top quality care and are dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome for our patients. Getting our patients back to their active lifestyles pain-free, through high quality replacement procedures, is our primary goal and mission.
Replacing thousands of joints each year
Sports injuries, falls, normal wear and tear from age… there are a variety of reasons people need joints replaced. We see them all and replace thousands of joints for people of all ages each year. Our experience shows us which implants have the highest rate of success and have the most longevity. Advances in total joint replacement have made pain from arthritis of the hips, knees and shoulders a thing of the past for many. Our orthopedic surgeons and their highly trained medical staff work in state-of-the-art facilities. They are committed to helping you get back to the mobility and activity you once enjoyed. Imagine being able to, once again, exercise, take a hike, climb stairs or even learn a new sport.
What makes joint replacement at Franciscan Health different?
Our orthopedic surgeons represent the best in highly trained and respected joint replacement surgeons in the Midwest. All of our surgeons are board certified and fellowship trained in specialty areas of orthopedics. Our surgeons give local, regional, national and international lectures and courses in orthopedic surgery in the areas of hip and knee replacement, arthroscopic surgery and general orthopedic care. Additionally, Franciscan Health Mooresville offers nationally renowned joint replacement surgeons who have conducted numerous high-profile studies in the field of orthopedics. It is also the annual host for Insall Fellows top knee surgeons, who visit the top 10 knee replacement sites in the world to observe the latest knee replacement techniques.