Severe joint pain is the most common reason patients undergo a joint replacement procedure.
Whether your pain is a result of an old injury, of a degenerative condition like arthritis or osteoarthritis, or of a fracture, joint replacement procedures may be the recommended treatment option.
Nearly any joint in the body can be replaced with a fully functioning artificial implant, but the most common joint replacements are of the hip, knee, or shoulder.
You may be a candidate for a joint replacement surgery if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
- Severe joint pain
- Pain in the joint that keeps you awake at night
- Joint discomfort that prevents you from participating in recreational activities
- Joint pain that limits your ability to conduct necessary and daily functions, such as climbing stairs or standing up
- You have attempted more conservative treatment methods, such as exercise or therapy, without success
Visit our Joint Replacement Center to learn more.
As part of our commitment to making the Black Hills community stronger, we are proud to be the first in the region to utilize Mako® Robotic-Arm Assisted technology for hip and knee joint replacement. Learn more by clicking the button below.
Why Choose Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center?
At Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center, our specialty-trained joint replacement surgeons are recognized experts in the diagnosis and treatment of severe joint injuries and conditions. Our joint replacement specialists, Dr. Clark Duchene, Dr. Stuart Fromm, Dr. Steven Giuseffi, Dr. Michael Kadrmas, Dr. Jeff Marrs,
To consult with one of our joint replacement doctors, please request an appointment online or call (605) 341-1414.
Specialized care for a stronger you is available at our main offices in Rapid City, South Dakota, and Gillette, Wyoming, and at our satellite locations in Hot Springs, Philip, and Spearfish, South Dakota, as well as in Chadron, Nebraska; Newcastle, Wyoming; Bowman, North Dakota; Williston, North Dakota; and Dickinson, North Dakota. Walk-in appointments are also available at our Orthopedic Urgent Care clinic, located at our main offices in Rapid City, South Dakota, and Gillette, Wyoming.