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Stanford Orthopaedic Services

Visit Arthritis and Joint Replacement
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Stanford Orthopaedic Services

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Service at Stanford
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Stanford Orthopaedic Services

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Nine Orthopaedic Specialties. Rehabilitation Services. State-of-the-Art Care. All Under One Roof.

Whether you are a first time patient in need of orthopaedic care or a professional athlete preparing to get back in the game, Stanford Hospital & Clinics' Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Clinic is a one stop destination for orthopaedic services.

Stanford's orthopaedic clinicians are specialists at the top of their field, providing patients with unparalleled expertise in both surgical and non-operative spinal injuries, sports medicine, joint replacement, and orthopaedic tumor surgery.

Supported by a new, state-of-the-art Outpatient Center in Redwood City, California, the Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Clinic is designed to meet patient needs from intervention through recovery.

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Spotlight Video

Total Joint Replacement at Stanford Hospital

Stuart Goodman, MD, PhD, Orthopaedic Surgeon, discusses risk factors and joint replacement options for those with end-stage arthritis. With advancements in surgical techniques, materials, and patient selection, total joint replacement is no longer limited to the elderly population.

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Patient Stories

Read Carol Driesenís story

Reversing Anatomy Remakes Shoulders


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New Tools, New Anesthesia, New Therapy Means Big Changes in Hip Replacement

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