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Total Joint Replacement Center

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Trophy Club

About the program

Our Total Joint Replacement program is designed to provide comprehensive care for patients who undergo joint replacement. Our patient-friendly and compassionate approach can help you return to normal, active living.


Our program features

  • All private rooms
  • Care delivered by a dedicated staff specially trained to work with joint replacement patients
  • Area dedicated specifically for patients having joint replacement surgery
  • A family member or friend can be your designated coach to help speed your recovery and assist with therapy
  • Back in casual clothes soon after surgery
  • A comprehensive pre-operative workshop
  • Coordinated care after discharge
  • Consultation with our joint replacement coordinator who will visit with you and facilitate your care
  • The orthopedic surgeons on the medical staff at Baylor Trophy Club use advanced joint replacement materials and prostheses, and have a long track record of quality results.

Joint health

If you're considering replacing those rusty hinges, here’s some new angles on old bones.

  • When should you see a doctor?
  • What Is Osteoarthritis?
  • Don’t just live with It
  • Are you a candidate for joint replacement?
  • Advances in joint replacement

When should you see a doctor?

When you have hip or knee pain, it can be tough to decide when to walk it off and when to see a doctor. Your symptoms need to be treated when:

  • An injury where you see a deformity or hear a popping sound
  • Persistent pain that lasts more than a week
  • Pain that recurs with specific activities
  • Continuous pain and swelling

What Is Osteoarthritis?

Most people will develop this common condition at some point in their lives. Osteoarthritis results when a joint begins to wear out. This damage to the cartilage and bones limits movement and may cause pain. The tendency to develop this condition may run in your family, or it may be caused by an injury you had years ago.

Don’t just live with It

Sometimes, treatments for joint pain are as simple as rest, over-the-counter or prescription medications, activity modification and physical therapy. Occasionally, surgery is required. Joint replacement can restore people to active, functional and fulfilling lives. After rehabilitation, most patients can return to the activities they enjoyed before their joints became so painful.

Are you a candidate for joint replacement?

When patients experience arthritis, the criteria he uses to determine whether joint replacement is an option may include some basic questions. Does it interfere with your ability to play with your children or grandchildren? Can you go up and down stairs? Are you having trouble with your daily walk? Does your pain wake you up at night? And if a weight-bearing X-ray of the joint shows bone touching bone, a patient may be a good candidate for joint replacement.

Advances in joint replacement

Thirty years ago, a total knee or hip replacement was likely to last just five to ten years. Now, with advancements in metallurgy and plastic development, they can last much longer.

In patients 55 or older who have had a total knee replacement, 93 percent still have good function 20 years later. For total hip replacements, 95 percent are still functioning well after 20 years.

  • Joint Wellness Class

    Joint wellness classes are designed to educate patients and prospective patients about what to expect after a hip, knee or joint replacement surgery.

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