The orthopedic knee surgeons at Beaumont care for patients with a full range of disabling knee joint disorders. The most common condition leading to orthopedic knee surgery is arthritis, and knee replacement is often the preferred treatment. Each year, Beaumont orthopedic specialists perform thousands of joint replacement operations, including total knee replacement, partial knee replacement and bilateral knee replacement. More patients choose Beaumont for joint replacement procedures than any other program in the state of Michigan. We perform more of these procedures than nearly anyone else in the country.

Physicians across the region send patients to Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak when more complex knee revision surgery is required for failed total joints. As a regional referral center, our orthopedic knee surgeons have special training in joint preservation procedures designed to prevent progression of arthritic or congenital disease young adults. Our knee surgeons use the latest technology and techniques and actively supports education and research. Beaumont is among a select group of American hospitals approved for advanced fellowship training in joint reconstruction.

Special Procedures and Conditions Treated

Knee Conditions

  • osteoarthritis
  • inflammatory arthritis (Rheumatoid Arthritis)
  • joint circulation disorders (osteonecrosis)
  • congenital dysplasia / congenital dislocation
  • post traumatic arthritis
  • failed total joints

Orthopedic Knee Surgical Procedures