Complex Revisions (Reconstructive)

Complex joint reconstruction and revision surgery is performed to restore joint stability, improve lost functionality and relieve pain. These treatments may be needed for patients with complex arthritic and inflammatory conditions, degenerative issues, failed joint surgery, infected joints, blood flow problems or metastatic bone disease. This surgery is most commonly done for the knee, hip, elbow and shoulder. It is sometimes a patient’s last resort for saving the affected limb.

Technologies for Complex Revisions (Reconstructive)

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What to Expect for Complex Revisions (Reconstructive)

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Side Effects and Risk Factors for Complex Revisions (Reconstructive)

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Education and Resources for Complex Revisions (Reconstructive)

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