Category Archives: Knee Surgery

Preparing for Knee Surgery in 6 Easy Steps

Posted on Sep 17, 2018, by

Knee surgery can mean major benefits for your active life, but the whole process can seem daunting. Between consultations, evaluations, appointments and recovery time, knee surgery can seem like an overwhelming process. Although recovery is different for everyone, there are a few things that can be done beforehand so you’re better prepared. Here are our […]

How to choose an orthopedic surgeon

Posted on Mar 14, 2018, by

When planning any type of orthopedic surgery, from joint replacement to ACL repair, one of the very first decisions is to select the right orthopedic surgeon for you. In addition to the recommendation of your primary doctor, it can be helpful to do research yourself. After all, knowledge is power. Once you’ve talked with your […]

Preserving the ACL in Total Knee Replacement

Posted on Jul 8, 2014, by

Dr. Jeffrey McLaughlin now offers a new way of performing a Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA); one that preserves the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). While the results of traditional TKA continue to be outstanding; patients’ needs and expectations have changed. At The Kennedy Center, we strive to meet those needs. The importance of the ACL is […]

Shoulder-Saving Surgeries: Important Things to Know

Posted on May 10, 2012, by

As with the rest of the body, injuries and deformities of the shoulder girdle are preferably remedied with time, pain management, rehabilitation, and orthotics. However, when surgery is necessary, patients will benefit from knowing the facts in order to understand which option best meets their individual needs. The following procedures, from arthroscopic to total shoulder […]