Knee Pain?
Get back to the life you love!

For outstanding Orthopedic Care, think Conemaugh first.

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There is a Solution.

Many Americans are limited by knee pain in their everyday lives. Chronic knee pain may result from arthritis, injury, or degenerative joint disease. Playing with children or grandchildren, golfing, biking, gardening, and other cherished activities may bring more pain than pleasure.

Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center’s Joint AdVentures program offers a step-by-step process to educate and care for orthopedics patients. For individuals experiencing knee pain, knee replacement surgery may offer a solution to relieve pain, regain mobility, and resume an active lifestyle.

Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center is designated as a Highmark Blue Distinction Center+ for Knee and Hip Replacement. Hospitals designated as Blue Distinction Centers+ for Knee and Hip Replacement demonstrate expertise in total knee and total hip replacement surgeries, resulting in fewer patient complications and hospital readmissions.

Request an Appointment.

Individual appointments are a starting point to learn more about orthopedic treatment options. To request an appointment, fill out the form and a representative will contact you to schedule.

It’s Time For a Change

Meet our Joint AdVentures Program Manager, Sharon Kaseler, PA-C

Faster Recovery Times

As many as one million Americans will have a joint replacement this year. Knee replacement surgery has had many advances in recent years. This results in most patients walking within one day of surgery, and faster full recovery times taking only three to six months.

Compassionate Care

Conemaugh’s Joint AdVentures program provides comprehensive care to orthopedics patients, including pre-surgery education and post-surgery follow-up. The Joint AdVentures program coordinator navigates each patient through the entire process and ensures all questions are answered.

Answer a few questions to determine if you should speak with a physician.


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