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Total Joint Replacement

AROmotion has quicker recovery times, return to daily activities & lower incidence of complication.

Local Anesthesia

No Hospital Stay

Near 0% Complication Rate

Walk in and Out on on the same day

No scarring

57% reduction in WOMAC scores

Total Joint Replacement

General Anesthesia

2-4 Day Hospital Stay

25% Failure Rate

6-12 Month Recovery

5-10 Inch Linear Scar

36% Reduction in WOMAC scores

Understanding the Risks

What are the risks of surgical implants?

Undergoing General Anesthesia

While anesthesia is generally safe, there are common side effects associated with it including nausea, dry mouth, vomiting, muscle aches and fatigue.

Hospital stay & lengthy recovery

Total joint replacement surgery typically requires a 2-4 day hospital stay and a post-operative rehabilitation period of up to 6 months.

Wound healing & scarring

The typical incision size for total joint replacement surgery is 5-10 inches, which will require time post-surgery to heal and will have permanent scarring.

Limited post-surgery activities

Most patients must limit their physical activities for a long period of time after surgery, sometimes for life, including impact exercises, running, contact sports, running, sitting cross-legged, and kneeling.

Chronic post-operative pain

Most patients must limit their physical activities for a long period of time after surgery, sometimes for life, including impact exercises, running, contact sports, running, sitting cross-legged, and kneeling.
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