Marina Total Joint Replacement Program

Leading in Orthopedic Surgeries

The Marina Total Joint Replacement Program is a multidisciplinary center offering comprehensive joint replacement services, from evaluation and diagnosis to surgery and rehabilitation.

The Future of Joint Replacement Surgery

Committed to patient-centered medical care

The Marina Total Joint Replacement (TJR) Program is staffed by people dedicated to offering the most advanced joint care available. Our highly skilled health care professionals are devoted to addressing the individual needs and demands of our patients. Each of our staff members has years of experience in joint replacement and demonstrates professionalism and expertise every step of the way.

Patients have direct access to a full range of treatments, including traditional, minimally invasive, and robotic-assisted approaches to surgery that ease pain and expedite recovery. These advanced surgical techniques can restore function when joint pain is severe or debilitating.

Total Joint Replacement Services in Los Angeles County

 At the Marina TJR Program, we offer a full range of joint replacement services. Surgeons provide treatment options for:

From initial consultation to surgery and beyond, the staff at the Marina TJR Program works with a single goal in mind: offering patient-centered medical care. We are aware that joint replacement patients have unique needs and issues that require special focus and delicate treatment in some cases.

Total Joint Replacement Procedures Performed at Marina Del Rey Hospital

Anterior Hip Surgery

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Elbow Replacement Surgery

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Shoulder Replacement

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Ankle Replacement Surgery

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Knee Replacement Surgery

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We Play an Active Role in Our Community

Through general lectures and events for patients and residents, seminars for therapists, and meetings with doctors and staff. Register for a seminar or join us for a special event at Marina Del Rey Hospital.

Frequently Asked Questions

You should be able to stop using your walking frame or crutches and get back to your normal leisure activities within six weeks after the surgery. However, it can take up to three months for the pain to settle down, and up to a year for a complete recovery.

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For 80–90% of people who have an artificial joint replacement, the new one typically lasts 20 years. The more demanding your lifestyle is, the faster it will wear out.

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Knee revision is required when a preexistent artificial knee implant needs to be partially or completely corrected. This procedure may entail minor adjustments or a complex intervention aimed at restoring significant amounts of bone.

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Arthroplasty, also known as total knee replacement, is a surgical procedure in which the knee is replaced with an artificial joint. It is a major surgery that requires hospitalization. It is generally recommended for patients who suffer from severe arthritis or a serious knee injury.

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If you suffer from severe knee pain that prevents you from performing daily activities, knee replacement surgery may be a suitable option. Although it is generally considered to be a very safe procedure, there are some risks associated with knee replacement surgery. The most serious complications include infection and stiffness in the knee.

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