Joint pain can significantly affect your life. Now with less invasive techniques, improved pain management and active rehabilitation, more individuals are choosing joint replacement surgery as a means to get them back to doing the things they love.
Last year, more than 800 patients chose to have a joint replacement surgery at Danbury Hospital. After living with the pain and limitations of an arthritic or damaged joint, these patients sought out the expertise and the training of the surgeons at the Center for Advanced Orthopedic and Spine Care.
A Higher Level of Care
At Danbury Hospital, our team works collaboratively to ensure that you receive a higher level of care. This experience begins with our board-certified total joint replacement surgeons, many of whom are fellowship-trained and have decades of orthopedic experience. With specialty trained nurses and operating room technicians, physician assistants, physical and occupational therapists providing care along the way, you know you will be in good hands.
Our continuum of care includes:
- A care coordinator who provides education and guidance from days before surgery through your rehabilitation.
- Dedicated orthopedic operating rooms and clinical support staff
- Dedicated orthopedic recovery unit with physician assistants, nursing and rehabilitation staff trained in the specialized care of the total joint patient
- State of the art diagnostic imaging technology in a fully digital environment
- Acute in hospital therapy services and dedicated inpatient rehabilitation unit
- Outpatient physical and occupational therapy
- Access to home care services with Western Connecticut Home Care (formerly DVNA)
- Collaboration with local sub-acute rehabilitation facilities
Joint Replacement Surgical Options
At the Center for Advanced Orthopedic and Spine Care, our physician experts offer common procedures, such as replacements of the hip and knee, as well as less common procedures like shoulder and ankle replacements.
Learm more about your joint replacement surgical options at Danbury Hospital.
For More Information
If you have arthritis and pain in your knee, hip, shoulder or ankle, and you think you may be a candidate for joint replacement surgery, consult your primary care physician about the Center for Advanced Orthopedic and Spine Care.
If you're looking for a joint replacement surgeon, call us 1-800-511-9816 for a physician referral.