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1-844-228-6683 (MOVE)


Kettering Health Network orthopedic services provide comprehensive care to help you live and maintain a healthy and active life. We serve orthopedic care needs in all our seven hospitals and more than 50 outpatient facilities serving southwest Ohio. Our Physical and Occupational Therapy departments provide rehabilitation to meet specific patient needs with equipment and services not found anywhere else in the area. Sports Medicine is available throughout the network with sports acceleration programs, injury prevention, and a full range of sports related injury care. Our certified athletic trainers care for many of our local athletes and professional sports programs.

Kettering Health Network has the only specialized hand surgery center in the Dayton area, providing surgical and trauma care for lower extremities.

Trust your orthopedic care to Kettering Health Network. Our experience, dedication and specialized care will help you achieve your goals for better health.

Joint Care

Kettering Health Network Orthopedic surgeons have performed more total joint replacements than any other health care system in the Dayton area. Our highly skilled orthopedic surgeons are supported by dedicated inpatient orthopedic nursing units who care for patients before and after surgery. Patients who choose Kettering Health Network for joint replacement and other orthopedic procedures are provided with an comprehensive education and pain management program. We are dedicated to making you as comfortable as possible and preparing you for a positive outcome. Rehabilitation and getting patients back to their active life as quickly as possible is our first priority. We promise you the very best patient experience.

Our joint services include total knee replacement, hip replacement and shoulder replacement surgeries.

Causes of Joint Pain
If you are experiencing chronic joint pain, the likely culprit is arthritis. It's the most common cause of chronic joint pain and disability. While arthritis can take many forms, most prevalent types are: osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Each one has its own unique causes and symptoms, and if left untreated, they can limit you from doing the things you enjoy.

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