Outpatient Joint Replacement
Outpatient joint replacement, also known as same-day surgery, is an alternative route that patients can take to avoid an overnight stay at the hospital post-surgery. This option allows the patient to receive joint replacement surgery in an ambulatory surgical center, while being given clearance to return home in under 24 hours.
Why Consider Outpatient Joint Replacement?
Outpatient ambulatory care and service is growing in popularity. This alternative approach to joint replacement surgery rewards the patient with many benefits previously unavailable with inpatient treatment. Not only can patients return home following surgery, it’s more cost-effective as well. Outpatient surgery lowers the pricey out-of-pocket expenses one might see from extended stays in a hospital and through the recovery process.
If you decide to utilize outpatient joint replacement, IBJI will ensure you receive the same high-quality multidisciplinary care, despite the shorter medical visit.
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See what our patients are saying.
“I have been able to travel and golf places I couldn’t before because walking the hilly courses was too painful, but not anymore.”
“I can move like a normal person without any pain. It’s like magic, no one would ever think I had [my knees] replaced.”
Choose IBJI for Your Orthopedic Care
See an IBJI physician at a location near you. Our physicians would also be honored to offer a second opinion of your condition.
Partner Surgical Centers
9000 Waukegan Road, Suite 120
Morton Grove, IL 60053
2350 Ravine Way, Suite 500
Glenview, IL 60025
240 Center Drive
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
119 Elizabeth Lane
Genoa City, WI 53128
Learn More about the Procedures
During this procedure, your damaged hip joint is replaced with implants that recreate the ball and socket of a healthy hip. This can reduce pain and restore your hip function.
This procedure restores function to a severely damaged knee. Most commonly, it is used to repair a knee that has been damaged by arthritis. During the procedure, the surgeon replaces the damaged portions of the knee with artificial parts. These parts consist of a metal femoral component, a metal tibial component and a plastic spacer. A small plastic patellar component may also be used.
This surgery replaces the damaged or diseased head of the humerus (also called the ball) and cartilage from the shoulder joint with a metal and plastic joint.