Bone & Joint Care
OSI Open House Event
Join Our Mini-Revolution.
Dr. Andrew Star held a web chat to help potential patients gain a better understanding of the latest minimally invasive joint replacement procedures, how these procedures differ in comparison to traditional joint replacement surgery, and whether these treatments may be a good option for you.
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If you’ve limited your activities or suffered pain due to bone or joint conditions, we can help. As Abington Health’s orthopedic experts—and leaders in the Philadelphia area—we provide complete care, from precise diagnosis to the newest treatments, beneficial physical therapy and effective rehabilitation.
Our doctors evaluate your symptoms, restore function and alleviate pain in the hip, knee, shoulder, spine, hand, wrist, elbow, foot and ankle. We use the latest microsurgical technology and minimally invasive procedures for joints and bones. These advanced techniques give you a shorter recovery, less risk of complications and more successful outcome.
Your team at the Orthopaedic & Spine Institute at Abington Health delivers the highest quality services with compassion and caring for you. Our surgeons, nurses, physician assistants, rehabilitation specialists and medical support staff are committed to you, your needs and your goals. We work collaboratively with you and your primary care physician to develop your individualized treatment program.
Experience and Excellence
Named a Blue Distinction Center+ for Knee and Hip Replacement® by Independence Blue Cross, Abington Memorial Hospital was the first teaching hospital in Pennsylvania to receive the prestigious Gold Seal of Approval and Disease-Specific Care Certification from the Joint Commission for the hip and knee replacement program. With years of experience performing and teaching orthopedic procedures, the Abington Health specialists at Abington Memorial Hospital and Lansdale Hospital are your best choice for bone and joint care.
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