Hip & Knee Center

UW Medicine orthopedic surgeon prepping patient for surgery.
Orthopedic surgeon prepping patient for surgery.

​​​​​​​​The UW Medicine Hip & Knee Center provides comprehensive care of simple and complex disorders of hip and knee joints, with a specialty in the surgical treatment of these joints. Our expert team of orthopedic surgeons, rehabilitation medicine physicians, physician assistants, nurses and physical and occupational therapists work together with you to develop an individualized plan that maximizes recovery of hip and knee function.

The UW Medicine Hip & Knee Center offers the following services:

  • Comprehensive rehabilitation therapy
  • Direct anterior hip replacement
  • Knee arthroscopy
  • Management of complex total joint problems, such as revision and fracture
  • Minimally invasive replacement surgery
  • Realignment of  knee structure
  • Surgical management of hip impingement 
  • Total and partial joint replacement/revision

The Hip &​ Knee Center welcomes patients who need care at any level, from those who suffer chronic pain, discomfort or deformity to patients who are active but have developed arthritis or injuries. We use a patient-centered, multidisciplinary approach to encourage your participation in decisions affecting your care, with the ultimate goal of returning you to the activities that motivate and inspire you.

Patients who choose the UW Medicine Hip & Knee Center benefit from the latest technological innovations and advanced knowledge gained from our research at the UW School of Medicine. The Hip & Knee Center also serves as a gateway to other specialized services and resources throughout UW Medicine, such as pain management and rheumatology.