Our team of board certified orthopedic surgeons treat skeletal abnormalities, including injuries or diseases of the bones, joints, spine and muscles.
Using some of the most advanced surgical technologies, such as MAKOplasty® Partial Knee Resurfacing for the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee, our surgeons are able to help patients restore their quality of life. Our team also uses the most advanced techniques for hip replacement with the HANA rotating, surgical table. With the HANA surgical table, surgeons are able to position their patients in such as way that no muscles are cut, resulting in shorter hospital stays and recovery times for hip replacement.
In addition, our rehabilitation team provides inpatient and outpatient therapies for patients recovering from joint replacement surgery.
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Our joint camp is available for individuals who have decided to have hip or knee replacement surgery. This program is designed to help patients achieve a successful recovery by preparing patients for surgery and helping them understand what to expect following surgery. During our one-hour joint camp, patients and their caregiver learn about their procedure, receive instructions for post-operative exercises, and education about the recovery and going home process. Each participate is encouraged to bring a caregiver/support person to Joint Camp.
There is no cost to participate and a complimentary lunch is provided. In addition, each participant takes home a binder containing helpful information and tips to speed and ease the healing process.
Our Joint Camp meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 12 noon - 1 p.m. and rotates monthly between Brooksville and Spring Hill Regional Hospitals. For information and online registration, please visit the events section of this website or call (352) 544-6014.