At Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center, an essential part of caring for our patients is making sure they are educated about their orthopedic treatment options, and that they are completely comfortable with the entire process. For people who experience joint pain, surgery may offer a solution to relieve pain, regain mobility, and resume an active lifestyle.

Conemaugh Memorial earned advanced certification for total hip and total knee replacement from The Joint Commission. We are one of 7 hospitals in the state to achieve this level of accreditation.

One way we care for and educate our patients is through one-on-one appointments. This is a great place to start if you're considering various treatments for your joints. Just fill out the form and someone will be in touch about scheduling an in-person appointment.

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Many Americans are limited by joint pain in their everyday lives. As a result, playing with kids or grandkids, golfing, biking, gardening, and other cherished activities may bring more pain than pleasure. Chronic joint pain can come from arthritis, a past injury, or a degenerative joint disease. But no matter what the cause, the result is often the same: you aren't able to do the things you love.

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Joint replacement surgery has come a long way in recent years. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, about 53,000 people in the U.S. have shoulder replacement surgery each year, compared to more than 900,000 Americans who have knee and hip replacement surgery each year.* And most of those people will be up on their feet within a day of the surgery, and able to resume normal activities within 6 to 12 weeks.**

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We explore many options to alleviate joint pain, prepare our patients before surgery, and help them to recover their mobility. We will walk with you through the process, and you'll know what to expect at every turn.