Joint replacement surgery in North Texas

Orthopedic surgeons specializing in joint replacement and complex joint revisions

At Texas Joint Institute, our board-certified orthopedic surgeons are dedicated to getting you back to doing what you love. Our highly-skilled surgeons specialize in joint replacement surgeries, including total knee replacement, total hip replacement, and muscle-sparing joint replacements, using the latest techniques and technology to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.

Take the Hip & Knee Health Risk Assessment to find out if you are a candidate for joint replacement.

Types of joint replacement surgery we offer

Joint replacement surgery is serious and we are committed to developing a personalized treatment plan that meets your individual needs and goals. Our team takes the time to explain each step of the treatment process, from diagnosis to recovery, and answer any questions or concerns you may have along the way.

While our surgeons specialize in all types of joint replacement surgeries, we also use the latest in minimally invasive surgical techniques to benefit you. With minimally invasive surgery, there's less pain and scarring, and you get to recover even faster.

Procedures we offer:

  • Anterior hip replacement
  • Unicompartmental knee replacement
  • Total hip and knee replacement
  • Total hip and knee revision replacement
  • Muscle-sparing knee replacement

When is it time for joint replacement surgery

When joint pain interferes with your daily life, and non-surgical treatments are no longer working to relieve your pain, it might be time to see a specialist about your surgical joint replacement options.

Some symptoms that signal it is time to consider hip or knee replacement include:

  • Joint area that is tender, red, inflamed, or warm to the touch.
  • Pain and difficulty when rising to stand.
  • Pain that increases when standing or walking, even when using the support of a walking device (walker, cane, etc.).
  • Pain that makes it difficult to do regular activities, like getting dressed or sitting at your desk.
  • Changing your schedule to accommodate your pain, like avoiding certain activities or not being able to go up or down the stairs.
  • Pain that makes it difficult to sleep.

If you are experiencing one or more of these symptoms, or previous symptoms are increasing in intensity, you should consider making an appointment with a joint specialist to determine if a surgical option is best for you.

To learn more about our services or to make an appointment, call (972) 566-5255.