Free Patient Education Seminars
Presented by the Joint Center at Westphal Orthopedics
Chronic knee pain can keep anyone from doing the things that they love. Fortunately, advances in orthopedic medicine have paved the way for both surgical and nonsurgical relief from chronic knee pain. Join us for our FREE upcoming seminars where Dr. Brian Brislin will discuss everything you need to know about chronic knee pain and how to treat it. We'll discuss the diagnosis process, conservative treatment options, when to consider surgery, and finally, total and partial knee replacement. This is a free seminar and there's no obligation.
Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, we do not have any education seminars scheduled at this time. Please check back regularaly as we plan to host virtual seminars this fall!
What is the Joint Center?
We think experience counts when it comes to your orthopedic health. Our physicians, led by Dr. Thomas Westphal, have over 50 years of combined experience and have performed over 10,000 joint replacement surgeries. We also have a staff of advanced practitioners to complement our physicians and a support staff full of caring and knowledgeable individuals.
Patient Centered Care
Our focus is on you, the patient. Our physicians and staff are committed to developing a comprehensive treatment plan based on your individual needs and diagnosis. A key component of this is shared decision making. Our clinicians will work with you to make decisions and select tests, treatments and care plans based on clinical evidence that balances risks and expected outcomes with patient preferences and values. We are here for you every step of the way to answer questions, address your concerns and guide you through your recovery.
Our surgeons have been performing joint replacement surgeries for decades and they are constantly learning and adapting to new and innovative techniques. Following best-practice guidelines, we have developed a systematic approach to joint replacement in order to optimize our outcomes. Some patients even qualify to be done as a true outpatient. This means that patients are home the same day as their surgery and are able to begin their recovery in the comfort and familiarity of their own home.