Whether you need hip replacement, back or spine surgery, total joint replacement, or other orthopedic or arthroscopic surgery, you want a hospital where the surgeons are known throughout the country for their expertise, and the hospital quality is excellent.
Providence Saint John’s Health Center has long been the leader in orthopedics, serving as pioneers in joint replacements and in cutting-edge spine surgeries. Our joint replacement program is the recipient of numerous quality and safety awards.
Learn more about the reparative procedures we perform below:
Center for Hip and Knee Replacement
Drs. Andrew Yun, Benjamin Bens and Jeff Zarin continue to build on a 30 year legacy of world class joint replacement care at Providence Saint John’s Hospital. The Center for Hip and Knee Replacement is dedicated to the comprehensive surgical care for hip and knee reconstruction. We use traditional and minimally invasive robotic techniques. Our commitment to quality care has resulted in Providence Saint John’s being a nationally recognized joint replacement institute, receiving numerous awards for clinical excellence in patient care.
Providence Saint John’s Spine services facilitate the best medical treatment available to diagnose and treat spinal conditions. Spine services at Providence Saint John’s gives patients access to some of the most prestigious orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons in the field of spine health.
Performance Therapy (Outpatient Physical Therapy)
Performance Therapy (Physical Therapy) provides a multi-disciplinary approach to outpatient therapy. Our compassionate team of therapists will work closely with your physician to provide you with the best possible treatment.
Inpatient Physical Therapy
The 48 private rooms in the Orthopedic Unit at Providence Saint John's are equipped with the latest modern amenities to accommodate the special needs of each patient. Physical therapy is conveniently located on the same floor to provide patients with easy access during recovery. For the convenience of patients' guests, a family waiting room is available in the Orthopedic Unit near the visitors’ elevator.
For orthopedic care, more than one treatment plan may be selected, often beginning with a conservative approach. Your physician's recommendation may involve a combination or progression of the following:
- Immobilization (cast, splint, sling, brace)
- Activity modifications
- Therapy: physical, occupational or rehabilitative
For conditions and illnesses that require minimally-invasive orthopedic procedures, patients can count on the surgeons at Providence Saint John’s to use the latest techniques to repair injuries to bones, tendons, ligaments and muscles through small incisions. Some surgeries include those for:
- Arthroplasty for joint arthritis
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Foot, ankle and lower extremity
- Knee replacement
- Partial Knee replacement (MAKO)
- Hip replacement
- Joint replacement and revision
- Pelvic fracture
- Shoulder and upper extremity
- Vertebroplasty or kyphoplasty for spinal compression fractures caused by osteoporosis