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Knee surgery is used to repair a problem with one of the structures in your knee, including the bones, cartilage, ligaments, or tendons.
Common types of knee surgery include:
At Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican's San Martin and Siena hospitals, we also provide preserving knee implants, and ACL reconstruction surgery, and have been awarded Joint Commission Certifications for our knee replacement programs. Find an orthopedic surgeon or call (702) 616-4900 to schedule a consultation for knee surgery in Las Vegas or Henderson, NV.
Knee surgery may be needed for a number of reasons, from arthritis to knee injuries. Your doctor may recommend knee surgery to treat knee pain or disability by repairing torn ligaments, tendons, and cartilage, removing loose bone, and reconstructing your knee after major trauma.
Knee surgery may be a good option for you if:
The details of your knee surgery, such as the size of the incision and how long it will take, depend on the specific procedure. Arthroscopic surgery generally takes the least amount of time and creates small incisions. Other types of knee surgery may take longer and involve larger incisions.
Minor knee surgeries, such as arthroscopy, are usually outpatient procedures. For major knee surgeries, you may need to spend several days in the hospital and, possibly, in a rehabilitation center before you can go home.
Physical therapy is an important part of knee surgery recovery. Knee replacements typically involve several weeks of rehabilitation. Physical therapy will help you regain strength, flexibility, and function in your knee, helping you return to your normal activities.
Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican's San Martin and Siena Campuses provide expert care for patients undergoing knee surgery in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV.