Total / Partial Hip Replacement Surgery and Successful Hip Surgery Tips - Health Video
Learn about partial and total hip replacement surgery from CPMC San Francisco. Understand how to prepare for successful hip replacement surgery as well as some of the common terms such as partial vs. total hip surgery, anterior hip operation, artificial hip and more. Total hip arthroplasty, or surgical replacement of the hip joint with an artificial prosthesis. Hip surgery recovery times.
Video: Total / Partial Hip Replacement Surgery and Successful Hip Surgery Tips
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About the Joint Replacement Center - CPMC, San Francisco
The Joint Replacement Center is a branch of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, based in San Francisco, California and treating patients in San Francisco, Marin County, Oakland, and throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Our top orthopedic surgeons provide specialized surgical services for treating conditions of the hip, knee and shoulder. We consider our surgical team to be among the best surgeons, physicians, nurses, and doctors, working together to provide personalized treatment plans for procedures such as joint replacement, total or partial knee replacement surgery, total or partial hip replacement surgery, shoulder surgery and even elbow surgeries. If you are looking to consult with one of the top Bay Area joint, hip, knee, elbow or shoulder surgeons, reach out and make an appointment. The first step towards finding the best surgeon for you is an initial consultation.