Joint Replacement Services in Sonoma County
At Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, our team of orthopedic experts combines
state-of-the-art technology with a personalized approach to patient care.
Recognized as a Blue Distinction Center for Knee and Hip Replacement by
Blue Shield of California, we pride ourselves in our high rate of surgical
success and low rate of complications. We are committed to providing the
highest quality patient care in every facet of joint replacement services.
We offer patient-centered programs that ensure smooth delivery of care
for the following:
- Revision surgery
- Total and partial knee replacement
- Total hip replacement
- Total shoulder and reverse total shoulder replacement
- Total ankle replacement
- Joint revision procedures
With today’s advanced surgical techniques and technologies, even
the most painful and damaged joints can be replaced easily. After surgery,
our patients often resume activities that they once thought would be impossible.
The right combination of conservative therapies can help preserve joint
function and possibly relieve pain. We offer:
- Oral and topical medications
- Pain-relieving injections
- Hot and cold therapy
- Therapeutic exercise programs
- Physical therapy
- Guidance on diet changes and nutritional supplements
Patient Education and Resources
Our joint replacement team at St. Joseph Health is committed to providing
you with the highest quality care and education before, during, and after
your joint replacement procedure. We have provided online resources available
to you at any time below. If you have any questions during the process
of joint replacement, please contact your orthopedists.
The orthopedic team at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital is committed to making
the joint replacement process as painless as possible. Significant attention
is given to pain management both before and after surgery, so patients
can quickly resume their normal activities.
New advancements in pain management enable some patients to become mobile
just hours after surgery, which means physical and occupational therapy
can begin the same day. The result is an improvement in circulation, balance,
and strength, which is imperative to the healing process.
The average length of stay for joint replacement patients is just one to two days.
"After my knee-replacement surgery, I regained function almost immediately,"
says orthopedic patient Tish Levee. "I was going up and down stairs before
I even left the hospital. I really appreciated how quickly I recovered."
Interested in learning more? Attend one of our free
Total Joint Replacement classes.
Knowing your coverage options is important. Here’s a list of the
most popular coverage options:
HMO and Point of Service (POS) Plans
- Blue Cross
- Blue Shield
- Health Net
- BCE Emergis
- Benefit Risk Management Services
- Blue Cross
- Blue Shield
View all insurance plans.