Knee Replacement Surgery - Joint Replacement Center
Knees are one of the most important joints in the human body. Unfortunately, as we age our knees can wear out. They are also subject to debilitating conditions such as arthritis, sports injuries and other types of injuries. The Joint Replacement Center is a leading center in the San Francisco Bay Area for all types of knee surgeries - total knee replacements, partial knee replacements, custom knee replacements, and of course arthroscopic knee surgeries.
Our knee surgery patients come from throughout the San Francisco Bay Area - largely the city of San Francisco, Marin County, and San Mateo County but also from the East Bay as well as South Bay. In addition, people travel from all over the United States to visit our top expert knee surgeons.
Use this page as your gateway to information on knee surgery and knee treatment options in our Bay Area facilities:
Free Class - The Total Knee and Total Hip Pre-op Education Class
CPMC offers "The Total Knee and Total Hip Pre-op Education Class" every Monday from 9-11AM, alternating between the hip and knee. Held at our California Campus, the class includes information about hip and knee total joint replacement with an emphasis on what happens in the hospital, and includes a visit to a patient room. This is FREE for anyone -- even if you have not yet scheduled a surgery. Registration is required: 415-600-1855
- Total (Complete) Knee Replacement
- Partial Knee Replacement
- Arthroscopic Knee Surgery
- Custom Knee Surgery
Watch a Video on Custom Knee Surgery
Custom knee surgery is a relatively new procedure. Watch this video about custom knee replacement surgeryOpens new window from orthopedic surgeon Peter Callander, M.D.
Learn About Knee Surgery and Knee ReplacementsThere are many varieties of knee surgery and many reasons why a person is a candidate for knee surgery. Consult with a surgeon, of course, about the specifics of your knee condition. Here are some of the major types of knee replacement surgeries done at our facilities in San Francisco:
Meet Our Team - The Best Knee Surgeons in the San Francisco Bay Area
We are very proud of our team of knee specialists. These are great doctors, and the first encounter you as a patient may have with our health professionals. Whatever your knee issue is, your first step is to reach out to our medical staff for an initial consultation. No two knees are alike, and our team of top Bay Area specialists in knee surgery will be happy to meet with you and determine the best course of actions to alleviate your knee pain. Learn more about our team of knee surgeons.
Read A Quick Glossary of Knee Replacement / Surgery Related Concepts
Get Transportation Options to/from California Pacific Medical Center Facilities
Your friends and families are welcomed, and encouraged, to come visit you before and after your knee replacement surgery. As citizens of San Francisco and of the greater San Francisco Bay Area our knee specialists encourage an active lifestyle. Have them consider taking public transit to our facilities.
- San Francisco Transportation Options
- Marin County Transportation Options
- Transportation Options from San Francisco Bay Area airports
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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.
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