Orthopedic surgeons in Las Vegas
The dedicated surgeons with MountainView Hospital's Joint Replacement Program work with one goal in mind: to give you the best possible care.
Whether you need a hip, knee, shoulder, or ankle replacement, or suffer from foot problems or back pain, our experienced team of orthopedic surgeons, registered nurses, physical therapists and case managers are dedicated to getting you back to doing the things you love.
Find a physician who performs joint surgery or call (702) 962-5021 to get more information.
Joint replacement procedures
The Joint Replacement Program at MountainView Hospital offers a team of experts and orthopedic surgeons who will be there for you every step of the way.
We offer shoulder and ankle care as part of our orthopedic program, as well as arthroscopic surgery. We can also treat fractures and arthritis, as well as perform the following procedures:
Total knee replacement
Total knee replacement surgery is very effective in relieving nearly all knee pain. A knee replacement is a resurfacing of the knee joint. Doctors cover the femur or thighbone with a metal covering and place plastic on the tibia, so the metal and plastic implants smoothly glide against each other, much like natural cartilage.
In most cases, they will replace the undersurface of the kneecap with a plastic surface so that this glides with the femoral surface.
After knee replacement, you should be able to perform regular activities such as walking, bicycling, golfing, and swimming. The prosthesis is not designed for impact-loading sports such as skiing, basketball, and racquetball. However, some people have been able to play doubles tennis with bilateral knee replacements.
Total hip replacement
Most patients who need hip replacement surgery have osteoarthritis. This condition, which affects about 30 million Americans, occurs when cartilage on the end of bone begins wearing away, causing pain and stiffness. But when the cartilage wears away completely, the bones rub directly against each other, and the patient then needs a hip replacement.
Other degenerative hip diseases leading to hip replacement surgery include avascular necrosis. In this condition, the head of the femur loses some of its blood supply and dies. Hip fractures and some childhood hip conditions can also lead to degeneration many years after an injury.
Hip replacement surgery can add to your quality of life and help you quickly return to many of your daily activities.
Is your hip and knee pain causing you trouble? Take our health risk assessment to learn about your knee and hip health.
If you have chronic back or neck pain, our spine care program may be able to help. Our spine specialists treat a variety of conditions from bone spurs and bulging discs to compression fractures and herniated discs. If you need surgery, our team believes in a conservative approach that best fits your needs and comfort level.
Pre-surgery Orthopedic Education Class
If you are scheduled for orthopedic and know you will be admitted to the hospital, please join us for a pre-surgery education class so you know what to expect. Unable to join in person? Please watch our virtual class by viewing the video below. For the spine surgery class please visit our spine care page.
You can watch our virtual class by viewing the video below.
Reminder: This class is only for patients who are already scheduled for orthopedic surgery at MountainView Hospital and who will be admitted to the hospital. If you aren't staying in the hospital after your surgery, this class isn't for you.
Prefer to attend in person? Please visit our community classes page to sign up for an upcoming in-person class.
To learn more about our program, please call our Patient Navigator, (702) 281-9905
Orthopedic care locations
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