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Knee Pain

Advanced orthopedic knee care

At Doctors Medical Center of Modesto, comprehensive orthopedic care includes knee care to get you moving comfortably without pain. We offer:

  • Services provided by a team of  physicians and nurses with specialized training in orthopedic knee care
  • Conveniently located diagnostic imaging and rehabilitation centers for comprehensive care individualized for you
  • Only Joint Commission Certified Joint Replacement - Knee Center in Stanislaus County

Our team of board-certified orthopedic specialists can also offer a range of non-surgical options, helping you to manage chronic pain — whether it’s caused by an injury or a degenerative bone disease like osteoarthritis —through medication, physical therapy and in-network rehabilitation.

Are you a candidate for knee replacement surgery?

The most common reasons for knee replacement surgery are:

  • Osteoarthritis, a loss of joint cartilage that limits movement, causes pain and inhibits daily activity
  • Other forms of arthritis, such as rheumatoid arthritis
  • Damage to the knee such as fractures, torn cartilage, and/or torn ligaments
  • Degenerative joint disease

Additional treatments such as medication, physical therapy and cortisone injections are often prescribed before deciding surgery is necessary.

Are you ready to get on the road to pain relief?  Let our team help you get moving without pain.

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