Over time, the demand we place on our joints can cause severe joint pain and discomfort. After proper diagnosis, joint replacement may be recommended for pain relief.
Whether you are considering a joint replacement or are in need of a joint revision to improve an existing artificial implant, our specialty-trained doctors at Flagstaff Bone & Joint are recognized leaders in joint replacement and joint revision.
To learn more about our joint replacement and joint revision services at Flagstaff Bone & Joint, please use the links below.
Why choose Flagstaff Bone & Joint?
Our joint replacement surgeons at Flagstaff Bone & Joint have completed additional training specifically in joint replacement. With this advanced training, our joint replacement surgeons, Dr. Torey Botti, Dr. Darius Moezzi, and Dr. Amber Randall, have the experience and expertise to assess, diagnose, and treat your joint replacement condition individually to your needs.
To consult with one of our joint replacement and revision surgeons, please request an appointment online or call (928) 773-2280.
Tips for Healthy Joints
As the connections between your bones, joints will sustain a certain amount of wear and tear as we age. Remaining pain- and arthritis-free requires practicing good joint preservation techniques. The following techniques will help you to treat your joints with care as they age.
Every day, move each joint through its full range of motion to sustain mobility and freedom from pain. Make sure your movements are slow and gentle to avoid injury, and be careful not to overextend.
Be sure to extend and flex your joints in the manner for which they are intended. Avoid overextending or stressful positions as well as techniques that could put you at risk for injury.
The manner in which you carry your body has a significant impact on whether your joints will remain pain-free. Practice good posture by adjusting work spaces to your specifications. Avoid back pain by picking items up using your legs, not your lower back. When carrying heavy objects, be sure to cradle the items close to your body.
Favor the larger joints. Use the weaker joints for duties only they can handle. Using your hands, carry objects palm open to help distribute weight equally over your forearm. If available, make use of surfaces around you. Instead of lifting an object, slide the object across a surface like a table or workbench.
Avoid keeping your joints in the same position for a prolonged period of time. This will help to keep your joints from becoming stiff. In situations where this cannot be avoided, such as car rides, take a break every hour to stretch and adjust your seating position.