Partial Knee Replacement

When arthritis is on just one side, there’s a less invasive surgery.


The most severe stage of osteoarthritis—when bone touches bone with no cushioning cartilage left between them—is often the time to talk to your doctor about knee replacement surgery. But not everyone needs a total joint replacement. When the damage is limited, a partial knee replacement may be an option.

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