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Advanced Joint Care

Our joints literally hold us together, so it's no surprise that chronic joint pain can hinder the quality of our daily lives. Schneck Orthopedics & Sports Medicine uses innovative, minimally invasive replacement procedures to restore your mobility, no matter your age.

Is Joint Pain Slowing You Down?

Watch Dr. Kris Williams, Orthopedic Surgeon and Medical Director at Schneck Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, as he discusses treatment options for joint pain.

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Our Joint Replacement Program Features...

  • Pre-operative education and testing

  • Involvement of a family member or friend

  • Nurses and therapists with special training in the care of joint patients, including an orthopedic nurse navigator to coordinate your stay

  • Private, comfortable patient suites

  • Individualized physical therapy sessions

  • Occupational therapists to help you with assistive devices, joint protection, and energy conservation techniques

  • Coordinated after-care guidance and follow-up calls from staff trained to help you with your transition home

Schneck is one of the only practices in southern Indiana to offer Anterior Approach Hip Replacement, today’s most advanced surgical technique for hip replacement.


Unlike traditional hip replacement surgery, this technique allows our surgeons to use a smaller incision on the front of the hip to replace the joint without cutting or detaching any muscle during surgery. This means less pain, a significantly faster recovery and increased mobility for patients.

Schneck is the only hospital in the area to offer the VISIONAIRE custom knee replacement technique. This technique leads to less scarring and a quicker recovery.

During surgery, our providers use custom-fit surgical instruments to eliminate more than 20 steps from the procedure, reducing anesthesia time, soft tissue and muscle damage, blood loss, and the threat of infection. The VISIONAIRE system reduces the risk of implant misalignment, meaning your new knee may last longer than implants placed using traditional methods.

The Oxford Partial Knee implant from Biomet Orthopedics is a partial knee implant designed to repair only one of the three compartments, making it much smaller than a total knee implant. The Oxford implant is designed to prevent or delay the need for total knee replacement.

  • The Oxford Partial Knee is currently the only fully mobile bearing partial knee system available in the United States.

  • Surgeons and patients have access to a system with excellent clinical results.

  • Research has shown that the newer types of partial knee replacements, particularly those with moveable plastic bearings like the Oxford Partial Knee, have low wear rates, potentially giving the implants longer life expectancies.

We leverage advanced technology to ensure shoulder replacements restore strength and mobility, while requiring the least amount of recovery time possible. That means you can return to your life faster.

"I couldn't be happier with the results. These days, my hips are as good as new."

Gary Myers, Schneck Orthopedics patient

Joint Replacement Specialists

Schneck is one of a handful of Indiana hospitals to receive The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for hip and knee replacements. This national recognition means you can be confident that you are getting the highest level of orthopedic care.

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Conditions & Treatments

Utilizing decades of expertise and the most advanced technology available, we offer the following joint treatments.

  • Total Joint Replacement
  • Total Hip Replacement
  • Total Knee Replacement
  • Partial Knee Replacement

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