Join us in welcoming Dr. Paynter and Dr. Raley to the Advanced Center for Joint Surgery. ACJS joint surgeons are recoginized as leaders in the field of joint replacement. A natural extension of that was to pass on that knowledge to the upcoming generation of new surgeons. Both Dr. Paynter and Dr. Raley have completed medical school and a five year residency in orthopedics. They are both interested in furthering their knowledge specifically in joint replacement and chose to come to ACJS to complete their training. We are excited about the year ahead for them!
When rest, over-the-counter medications, and movement modification fail to relieve your osteoarthritis pain, you may consider joint injections. Read on to learn what this minimally invasive treatment entails and how it can help you.
Knee arthritis debilitates millions of people around the globe. The condition causes pain and disability, so it’s no wonder you seek ways to halt or reverse it. Read on to learn more about the progression of knee arthritis and your treatment options.
Joint pain is common as you reach middle age, and once you pass 60, it’s likely you feel stiffness and aches in places like your knees or shoulders. Read on to learn five of the most common causes of this joint pain and what you can do about it.
Knowing what to expect after a knee replacement helps you feel more at ease going into surgery. Read on to learn about pain management, mobility, incision care, and functionality in the days and months following knee replacement.
Pain negatively affects your psyche. Physical therapy can help you restore function, reduce pain, and take back control of your life. Read on to learn more about the mental health benefits of physical therapy.
Robotic surgery sounds futuristic, but it’s available today and enhances your surgical experience. Read on to learn five advantages of robotic surgery and why it may be recommended for your next procedure.