Tag Archives: Kennedy Center Knee replacement

“I’m Finally Walking Without Pain”

Posted on Nov 1, 2017, by

After spending her life working and standing on concrete floors, Carole’s knees simply wore out. Starting when she was 14, Carole began working to help support her 9 younger brothers and sisters and she pretty much never stopped. “I worked in a cannery, a packing plant and as a waitress. Then I worked 27 years […]

“I feel like I have a new life.”

Posted on Nov 9, 2016, by

Vicki D. I feel like I have a new life. I’ve had my right knee scoped and had total knee replacements on both knees at the Kennedy Center. Knee pain forced to be inactive for so many years, but now I feel like I have a new life! I had always been very active but having a […]

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 […]