Orthopedic surgeons at Wesley Medical Center

Accredited Joint Replacement Program in Wichita

Wesley Medical Center offers comprehensive orthopedic services, including a joint replacement program accredited by The Joint Commission and BlueCross BlueShield since 2010. We recently invested $10 million to renovate the joint replacement unit, adding beds and innovative technology.

To reach our joint replacement department, please call (316) 962-3062.

Patients who undergo a knee replacement or hip replacement surgery at Wesley Medical Center will enjoy an updated rehabilitation unit with new equipment. We are also proud to offer patients robotic surgery for joint replacement procedures, which helps our surgeons pre-plan prosthetic joints to the patient’s exact anatomy.

Preoperative joint replacement education

Wesley Medical Center believes in keeping patients informed and involved in their health before, during and after joint replacement surgery to help ensure patient satisfaction. We offer a preoperative educational class to help patients feel more comfortable with the surgical and recovery processes.

Advanced spine imaging technology

Wesley Medical Center is one of only 66 hospitals in the nation to offer the most advanced spine imaging technology—the O-arm™ Surgical Imaging System.

The O-arm™ obtains immediate, clear images of your spine and neck bones to indicate where hardware needs to be placed. This ensures the hardware is placed in the exact, pre-planned position, and it results in smaller incisions, faster recovery and better patient outcomes.

Our orthopedics location

Our orthopedics department is located within Wesley Medical Center. For more information about our location and services, please call us at (316) 962-2000.

Orthopedic care at Wesley Healthcare

Orthopedic doctors, called orthopedists, take care of bones and joints. This includes knee pain, total joint replacement, issues that impact your spine and more. You might need to see an orthopedist if you have arthritis or osteoporosis, or if you've had a recent sprain, strain or broken bone.

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