Joint Replacement in 1, 2, 3
Facing joint replacement surgery can feel overwhelming, but at Jennersville Hospital, we've made the journey a little easier.
In just three steps, we'll see you through every part of the process, from pre-op to follow-up. Along the way, you'll find the skilled care and personalized support you need to put your body and life back in motion.
When it comes to joint replacement, the more informed you are, the better the results. In the weeks leading up to your surgery, you'll have the opportunity to meet with members of your dedicated care team; learn about your procedure, hospital stay and postoperative care; plan for a smooth transition home; and ask any questions to ensure you feel prepared and empowered.
On the big day, your surgeon will make sure you're comfortable, and review what to expect before, during and immediately after your procedure. At Jennersville, we offer advanced joint replacement solutions, including the anterior approach for hip replacement and robotic-assisted partial knee replacement. These techniques often offer less pain, fewer complications, speedier recovery and a stronger, more functional joint.
Finally, you'll spend time in the hospital recovering and working with a physical therapist, trained to help joint replacement patients maximize function and mobility. Everyone's a little different, but on the first day, our rehabilitation and nursing staff will work to get you up and moving. From there, we'll focus on achieving daily goals, helping build your comfort and confidence. The day you leave, we'll answer any last-minute questions—and send you home ready to rediscover a more active life.
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Jennersville Hospital proudly offers joint replacement to our West Grove, Kennett Square and Oxford and surrounding Pennsylvania and Delaware communities. Find an orthopedic surgeon nearby to see if a procedure can help you find relief.
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