Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Surgeons in Spartanburg, SC, Duncan, SC, and Greenville, SC

Hip and Knee Surgery in South Carolina

At CONA, we are dedicated to providing you with exceptional care and cutting-edge treatments to alleviate severe arthritis pain that persists despite nonsurgical interventions. Our team of highly skilled total joint replacement specialists is here to guide you through every step of your journey towards improved mobility and quality of life.

What is Primary and Revision Hip and Knee Arthroplasty?

Primary Total Joint Arthroplasty

This procedure is a beacon of hope for individuals suffering from severe arthritis. Our CONA specialists meticulously remove arthritic bone and cartilage and replace them with durable components made of plastic, metal, and ceramic. These components are expertly bonded to the bone to form a new, functional joint, offering you a chance to live a life free of arthritis pain.

Why Consider Revision Hip and Knee Arthroplasty?

Revision arthroplasty is recommended when a previous joint replacement (primary arthroplasty) encounters problems, such as loosening or wear of the implants, stiffness, or in rare instances, infection. Our CONA surgeons specialize in carefully removing the old components and replacing them with new, advanced materials, ensuring a renewed joint that can offer improved mobility and pain relief.

What Can I Expect From Surgery?

Primary Arthroplasty: In this procedure, our CONA specialists first remove the arthritic bone and damaged cartilage. Then, they securely bond the new joint components to the bone, crafting a smooth and functional joint surface.

Revision Arthroplasty: This procedure involves the removal of previous joint implants, followed by the installation of new, high-quality revision components. This meticulous process aims to restore the integrity and functionality of the joint.

What Can I Expect During My Recovery?

Recovery from hip and knee arthroplasty varies among patients, but CONA is committed to supporting you through every step. Post-surgery, patients can expect a comprehensive rehabilitation program tailored to their specific needs, focusing on gradually increasing mobility and strength. Our team provides detailed guidance on post-operative care, pain management, and physical therapy exercises to ensure the best possible outcome.

Recovery can vary, but many patients begin to resume light activities within 4-6 weeks post-surgery, with continual improvement over months.

Pain management is a critical part of our post-surgery care. With modern pain control techniques, many patients find their post-operative discomfort manageable and temporary.

Why Choose CONA for Your Hip and Knee Arthroplasty?

Expertise: Our surgeons are renowned for their skills in both primary and revision arthroplasty, ensuring you receive care that’s not just effective but also tailored to your unique situation.

Advanced Techniques: We utilize the latest surgical methods and materials to enhance recovery times and outcomes.

Patient-Centered Care: From your first consultation to your last day of rehabilitation, our focus is on your comfort, recovery, and long-term health.

If you’re considering hip or knee arthroplasty, or if you’re experiencing issues with a previous joint replacement, reach out to Carolina Orthopaedic & Neurological Associates. Our team is ready to answer your questions, provide a thorough evaluation, and discuss the best path forward for your health and mobility. We’re here to serve you in Spartanburg, Duncan, and Greenville, NC. Together, we can take the steps necessary for you to lead a more active and pain-free life. Book an appointment online or call (864) 582-6396.



South Carolina Orthopedic Hip Surgery Locations

Spartanburg, South Carolina

1330 Boiling Springs Rd, Ste 1600
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Directions to Spartanburg

Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact us: (864) 501-0541

Duncan, South Carolina

115 Deacon Tiller Ct.
Duncan, SC 29334
Directions to Duncan

Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact us: (864) 362-3461

Greenville, South Carolina

220 Roper Mountain Road Ext
Greenville, SC 29615
Directions To Greenville

Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact us: (864) 582-6396

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