Joint Replacement Specialists - Allentown, Bethlehem and Lehighton, PA

Hip & Knee Replacements, Partial Joint Replacements, Reconstruction & Complex Revision Surgeries

When physical therapy, medication and pain management aren’t enough to manage joint pain, joint surgery is oftentimes the best option. OAA's Joint Replacement Center is regionally recognized for its expertise in joint replacements for the hip and knee, as well as our commitment to medical education, teaching, and research in joint replacements and surgical options.

Let our fellowship-trained surgeons evaluate you for hip and knee problems. Request an appointment with one of our physicians today. 

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Specialists - Joint Replacement Center

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Locations:
Allentown Office
Bethlehem Township Office
Lehighton Office
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['Hip', 'Pelvis', 'Knee']
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Locations:
Allentown Office
Bethlehem Township Office
Lehighton Office
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Locations:
Allentown Office
Bethlehem Township Office
Lehighton Office
Tamar Wiener, PA
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Locations:
Allentown Office
Bethlehem Township Office
Lehighton Office
Michael Sidari, PA
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FAQs on Joint Replacement: 

What Is Joint Replacement Surgery?

Joint replacement surgery is designed to replace and reconstruct lost bone and damaged cartilage. The three most common joint replacements are for the hip, knee, and shoulder. After the surgery, patients undergo physical therapy to learn how to successfully use their new joint. 

What Causes Joint Pain?

Pain in the joints can have many potential causes, including:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Family history of joint problems
  • Minor repetitive injuries
  • Severe trauma to joint cartilage

Why Might I Need a Joint Replacement?

Joint replacement is designed to eliminate a patient’s joint pain, correct a deformity, and improve range of motion and mobility. If you are suffering with one or more of the following symptoms, contact a physician at OAA for an evaluation:

  • Severe joint pain
  • Stiffness
  • Limping
  • Muscle weakness
  • Limited motion
  • Swelling
  • Difficulty walking, climbing stairs, etc.

What Does Joint Replacement Treatment At OAA Look Like?

The physicians and clinical staff at our practice pride themselves on their ability to provide the finest individualized patient care. We provide:

  • Surgical procedures for all types of advanced joint replacements, including partial joint replacements, reconstruction, and complex revisions.
  • Treatment for all types of chronic joint pain using the most recent joint replacement techniques and arthritis treatments available.