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Orthopedic Nurse Navigator

Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Class

You, and someone you designate as a coach, will be required to complete the joint replacement class prior to surgery to help you understand what to expect before and after surgery.

You and your coach may be scheduled to attend an in-classroom session or you may be directed to complete the online joint class.

Complete The Online Joint Class

Once you have completed this online class and quiz, click the "Complete Class" button. You may be contacted by the nurse navigator to discuss your upcoming surgery and recovery. The orthopedic nurse navigator will also answer any questions you may have.

At your appointment with your joint replacement surgeon, you will receive a guidebook that contains helpful information, including exercises and precautions that will help ensure a safe recovery. The video below will give you an idea of what you will learn at our joint replacement class.

Our team’s expectation is to give patients the best outcome possible. You are an integral part of the process!

Hip and Knee Exercises and Precautions
(After Joint Replacement Surgery)

Cooled Radiofrequency Ablation – Knee

A new treatment for osteoarthritis of the knee is now available at Bronson. Cooled radiofrequency ablation is a procedure that blocks nerves in the knee from sending pain signals. It is not surgery but is done at the hospital in an operating room. If your provider is recommending cooled radiofrequency ablation for your knee, learn more about this procedure, treatment, getting ready for surgery and insurance coverage.

Rehabilitation After Ablation of the Knee

After you have the ablation procedure on your knee, a guided exercise program could aid in pain reduction. It can also help restore knee mobility and strength. Click here for to learn about these helpful exercises.

Platelet Rich Plasma

As a patient, you’ll want to learn as much as you can about Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injection. Our handout includes conditions that can be treated with PRP as well as other helpful information.

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