Total Joint Replacement
Pain in your joints can prevent you from carrying out your day-to-day activities and can severely impact your enjoyment of life. Often resulting from arthritis or sports injuries, this pain can worsen until it becomes time to see a skilled orthopedic doctor like Dr. Tarik Sidani or Dr. Cutler for solutions.
Dr. Sidani and Dr. Cutler specialize in joint replacement surgery with newer minimally invasive techniques and materials, such as metal on metal, that help patients recover faster and implants last longer. After having knee replacement surgery himself, Dr. Sidani can genuinely relate to the pain his patients are experiencing.
Total hip replacement surgery replaces diseased and damaged portions of the hip with implants designed to restore function to the hip joint. Dr. Sidani uses modern techniques that allow precise adjustments to be made to the implants, which help ensure a proper fit and improve the overall performance of your new hip.
Hip replacement procedures include:
Total knee replacement surgery removes the damaged and painful areas of the femur (thigh bone) and tibia (lower leg bone), replacing them with specially designed metal and polyethylene plastic parts. Dr. Sidani focuses on correct alignment of the implant, which reduces wear on the joint and extends the life of the implant.
Knee replacement procedures include:
Shoulder replacement surgery, also called arthroplasty, removes the damaged bone and cartilage in the shoulder and replaces them with metal and plastic implants. This surgery can help to relieve pain and restore normal function to the shoulder.
Shoulder replacement procedures include:
For an orthopedic doctor in the Northwest Arkansas or Southern Missouri area who specializes in hip, knee, and shoulder replacements, visit Dr. Sidani or Dr. Cutler at Arkansas Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. They will perform a thorough examination and recommend the best treatment for you. Call (870) 741-8289 or request an appointment online now. We have offices in Harrison, Berryville, and Marshall, Arkansas.