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Knee Replacement (Partial/Total)

Knee replacement surgery is a successful orthopaedic surgery that can alleviate knee pain and restore function. Contact us for more info.
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What is a Knee Replacement Partial/Total?

Osteoarthritis is a common disease that affects the knee joint, causing destruction of joint cartilage. While nonsurgical treatments can be effective for mild to moderate cases, severe cases may require surgery. The most successful orthopaedic surgery for knee osteoarthritis is total knee replacement, which replaces osteoarthritic cartilage and bone with metal and plastic components. Partial knee replacement is an option for cases where only one side of the knee joint is affected. Surgery is performed under local sedation or general anesthesia, with a hospital stay typically lasting 1-3 days. After the procedure, physical therapy is necessary to regain balance, strength, and flexibility. OIBO knee specialists are highly trained and use the newest surgical techniques and equipment, resulting in high patient satisfaction. Contact OIBO to schedule an appointment.


The knee is the largest joint in the body. Osteoarthritis, a chronic disease that destroys joint cartilage, commonly affects the knee joint. Nonsurgical treatment options are used to treat mild to moderate cases of knee osteoarthritis. Surgery may be needed to treat severe knee osteoarthritis. Especially when it limits a patient’s ability to perform normal day-to-activities. Total knee replacement surgery is one of the most successful orthopaedic surgeries. Patients regain knee strength and function and no longer have to worry about knee pain dictating their life.

How is a Knee Replacement Partial/Total Performed?

Orthopaedic Institute Brielle Orthopaedics Orthopaedic Institute Brielle Orthopaedics knee specialists perform partial and total knee replacements. A partial knee replacement is performed when osteoarthritis only affects one side of the knee joint. A total knee replacement is performed when it affects both. During the procedures, an OIBO specialist removes osteoarthritic cartilage and bone and replaces it with metal and plastic components. The procedures are performed under local sedation or general anaesthesia. A 1-3-day hospital stay is usually necessary. Physical therapy following the procedure is important. Patients regain balance, strength, and flexibility during one-on-one sessions with an OIBO approved physical therapist. Total recovery time is approximately six months.

OIBO knee specialists are fellowship trained and board-certified. They use the newest surgical techniques and equipment to perform partial and total knee replacements. Patient satisfaction after surgery with an OIBO specialist is very high. To schedule your appointment with an OIBO specialist, call 732-800-9000 or visit our contact page.

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