Joint Replacement

Joint Replacement
Because you won't tolerate joint pain. And neither will we. Where you choose to have your joint replacement performed is vitally important. Not all joint replacements are alike.

Experience the Houston Methodist difference. Our reputation for personalized, leading-edge care is confirmed by U.S. News & World Report’s consistent ranking of Houston Methodist as a top destination for orthopedic care.

Quality of care matters. Our joint specialists are leaders in their field using cutting-edge technology and research to recreate normal joint function. It is why we have a reputation for complex joint revision surgery. We are also one of only 10 U.S. research facilities studying the use of a tissue-engineered cartilage patch to restore joint surfaces in the knee.

At Houston Methodist, we know that minimally invasive techniques provide the best outcomes for our patients. We understand that patients recover faster with adequate pain management techniques and rapid rehabilitation.

Let our world-class team of specialists, scientifically advanced techniques and a proven record for successful outcomes prove that we will not tolerate joint pain either. And that's the difference between practicing medicine and leading it.

Our physicians specialize in the following treatments and utilize the most advanced materials and latest techniques: 

  • Minimally invasive hip and knee replacement
  • Robotic-assisted partial knee replacement
  • Direct anterior hip replacement
  • Revision of failed joint replacements
  • Therapy for arthritic hips and knees
  • Advanced techniques to minimize postoperative discomfort
Other joint replacement surgery performed by Houston Methodist surgeons includes the following:

  • Shoulder joint replacement
  • Elbow, wrist, finger joint replacement 
  • Ankle joint replacement

Whatever your injury or condition, Houston Methodist has specialists with the experience and expertise to help get you back to top form.

Joint Replacement Specialists

Physicians marked with an asterisk (*) are fellowship trained in their field of specialty.