Outpatient Total Knee Replacement

A graphic that shows what a damaged knee looks like and how an outpatient knee replacement works. The right image shows that it has a Femoral Component, a Plastic Spacer, and Tibial Component.Total knee replacement is traditionally considered an inpatient surgical procedure where you are in the hospital for an average of 3-4 days. Outpatient total knee replacement is an alternative to traditional total knee replacement as it allows patients to go home the same day of surgery. This is possible with recent advances in techniques, improved anesthesia and expedited rehabilitation protocols.

For a consultation with Dr. Boese and Dr. Atteberry, please schedule an appointment at one of the clinic locations to see if you are a candidate for the outpatient total knee replacement.

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Specializing in a wide range of orthopedic services enables Miller Orthopedic Specialists to provide personalized care plans that get patients back to optimum health.

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