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Call Colorado Joint Replacement in Denver at 720-524-1367 to learn more about knee pain treatments or to schedule an appointment with one of our orthopedic surgeons today!


Pain, discomfort and instability can occur in multiple locations around the knee and significantly impair a patient’s mobility and lifestyle.  No matter if the cause is due to injury of ligaments, tendinitis, bursitis, arthritis, cysts, osteoarthritis, infection or another knee condition, Colorado Joint Replacement offers both surgical and non-surgical treatments that can relieve pain and help patients regain an active lifestyle.

Non-surgical Knee Treatments

Depending on the severity of a knee condition, physical therapy and at-home care can be effective treatment options. Before recommending surgery, our experts work with patients to explore these options and make a determination as to what form of treatment is best.

Yet, if pain, swelling, buckles, clicks, or locking of the knee joint continues despite physical therapy or at-home care, joint replacement surgery may be beneficial.

Partial Knee Replacement Surgery

Partial knee replacement surgery is a minimally invasive procedure where damaged cartilage is replaced with a prosthetic implant while health joint tissue remains. If arthritis or joint damage is confined to limited area, a partial knee replacement may be a suitable treatment option.

Total Knee Replacement Surgery

In cases where joint damage is extensive or widespread, a total knee replacement can restore a patient’s joint function quickly and minimize or eliminate ongoing pain issues in a safe and effective manner. Using prosthetic materials, the total knee replacement surgery resurfaces the joint so it can replicate the movement and mobility of a healthy knee.


Call Colorado Joint Replacement at 720-524-1367 to learn more about knee pain treatment or to schedule an appointment today!


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