Feel the Glory. Not the Joint Pain.
Our orthopedic experts can get you on your feet—faster.
Total Joint Center
At St. Mary’s Total Joint Center in San Francisco, we understand you don’t want to be out of action for long. Our orthopedic surgeons are fellowship-trained total hip, knee, shoulder, foot/ankle and elbow specialists. No matter what is causing your pain, we can help you get back to your active lifestyle. If you would like to speak to one of our Total Joint Center experts, please call (888) 466-1401 to schedule an appointment.
At St. Mary’s Medical Center, you will find a team of board-certified doctors with skills in the latest orthopedic technologies and treatment options, including:
- Total joint replacement of the hip and knee
- Anterior approach hip replacement
- Sports injury procedures
- Foot and ankle surgery
- Shoulder surgery
- Hand, wrist and elbow surgery
Techniques To Restore Function Quickly
Our orthopedic surgeons use implants made from state-of-the-art materials that have the potential to last a lifetime, minimizing the need for replacement surgery down the road.
Smaller incision surgery with soft tissue preservation is used for each patient to minimize the trauma of surgery. These latest techniques help ensure early and rapid mobility to restore function quickly and safely. Computerized navigation tools are often used in complex cases to ensure surgical accuracy.
Latest Surgical Techniques
The orthopedic surgeons at St. Mary’s Medical Center use implants made from state-of-the-art materials that have the potential to last a lifetime, while minimizing the need for replacement surgery down the road. And if needed, custom devices can be molded. Of course, we’re familiar with a variety of orthopedic implant materials and will thoroughly discuss which components are right for you. Learn More
Focused On You
If you have a bone or joint problem, our doctors and medical staff can help you get back to your active life.
Our team of doctors, and specialists, and registered nurses works closely to offer you continuity of care and education as you follow along your path to recovery.