Orthopedic Care

The Keshlata Hospital offers you the complete Orthopedic Care package. From everyday sprains and strains to sports-related injuries to comprehensive neurological rehabilitation, we have the capability, the resources and the staff to provide you with the best care possible. Care that’s centered around your unique situation and needs. Through a complete evaluation of your specific injury, we all, including you, work as a team to get you back to where you want to be.

Our care model ensures you receive the right care from the right provider at a time that’s convenient for you. Even our facility is designed to take you from a doctor visit to a physical rehabilitation workout with just a few steps. This easy-access model means your doctors, surgeons and therapists have more opportunity to discuss your treatment and recovery with each other. We feel you benefit the most when our lines of communication are open. So, that’s exactly how we’ve designed our model of care.

Keshlata Hospital  offers the full spectrum of surgical and non-surgical care including sports medicine, therapy services, physical medicine and rehabilitation, rheumatology, and pain management

What is Orthopedics?

People are enjoying longer, more active lives, thanks to advances in orthopedic medicine. Orthopedics is the branch of medicine concerned with diseases, injuries, and conditions of the musculoskeletal system: the body’s bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves.

Keshlata Hospital Orthopedic Services offers expert care for bone and joint disorders. Our team works with orthopedic surgeons to give patients of all ages the best treatment from diagnosis to surgery to rehabilitation. These services are provided in the region’s premier treatment facilities.

Our innovative JointWorks program is part of Orthopedic Services. Through JointWorks, each year about 1,200 people undergo hip and knee replacements at Memorial Medical Center. Our team includes:

  • orthopedic surgeons
  • anesthesiologists
  • nurses
  • therapists
  • social workers


Orthopedic Services at Riverview Medical Center

Team of Experts

Riverview is home to a team of experts skilled in the latest technology and surgical procedures to get you back on the tennis court, golf course, treadmill, or just doing the things you love. Our experienced professionals will accurately diagnose your problem and develop an individualized plan of care to meet your unique needs.

We make every attempt to try possible non-surgical treatments before considering surgery, however when a surgical procedure becomes the right choice you know you are in capable hands at Riverview, wheremany of our physicians are skilled in minimally invasive techniques, and fellowship trained in subspecialties of the hand, spine, and sports medicine field. Additionally, our team has the ability to replace all major joints and perform advanced arthritis surgery through our Total Joint Center. 

Knee joint replacement



Damaged cartilage and bone are removed from the knee joint. Man-made pieces are then placed in the knee.

These pieces may be placed in the following places in the knee joint:

  • Lower end of the thigh bone -- This bone is called the femur. The replacement part is usually made of metal.
  • Upper end of the shin bone, which is the large bone in your lower leg -- This bone is called the tibia. The replacement part is usually made from metal and a strong plastic.
  • Back side of your kneecap -- Your kneecap is called the patella. The replacement part is usually made from a strong plastic.

You will not feel any pain during the surgery. You will have one of these two types of anesthesia:

  • General anesthesia -- This means you will be asleep and unable to feel pain.
  • Regional (spinal or epidural) anesthesia -- Medicine is put into your back to make you numb below your waist. You will also get medicine to make you sleepy. And you may get medicine that will make you forget about the procedure, even though you are not fully asleep.

After you receive anesthesia, your surgeon will make a cut over your knee to open it up. This cut is often 8 to 10 inches (20 to 25 centimeters) long. Then your surgeon will:

  • Move your kneecap (patella) out of the way, then cut the ends of your thigh bone and shin (lower leg) bone to fit the replacement part.
  • Cut the underside of your kneecap to prepare it for the new pieces that will be attached there.
  • Fasten the two parts of the prosthesis to your bones. One part will be attached to the end of your thigh bone and the other part will be attached to your shin bone. The pieces can be attached using bone cement or screws.
  • Attach the underside of your kneecap. A special bone cement is used to attach this part.
  • Repair your muscles and tendons around the new joint and close the surgical cut.

The surgery takes about 2 hours.

Most artificial knees have both metal and plastic parts. Some surgeons now use different materials, including metal on metal, ceramic on ceramic, or ceramic on plastic.


Hip replacement surgery:

Hip replacement surgery removes damaged or diseased parts of a hip joint and replaces them with new, man-made parts.

The goals of hip replacement surgery are to:

  • Relieve pain.
  • Help the hip joint work better.
  • Improve walking and other movements.

Hip replacement surgery removes damaged or diseased parts of a hip joint and replaces them with new, man-made parts.

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