The Knee Hip And Shoulder Center surpasses 2500 outpatient joint replacement procedures making us one of the most experienced surgical centers in northern New England.
Recent King & Parsons Insights
Learn what the differences are between the Conformis Custom Knee and the Robotic Makoplasty knee replacement approaches.
Learn Why Soft Tissue Swelling Control Is Important To Joint Replacement Postoperative Recovery And Outcome
Early recovery of range of motion is critical to joint replacement outcome and swelling control is a very important part of the postoperative recovery. Key components to swelling control include:
Learn what is the best clinical course of pain relief and return of function after total knee replacement?
Kinematic Alignment And Knee Replacement: How The Conformis Custom Knee Optimizes Motion And Stability
Kinematic alignment may reduce the need for soft tissue releases and provide for a more stable and natural feeling after Conformis knee replacement surgery. Learn more…
Learn what the most important factors are for patient good outcomes after total knee replacement surgery. Learn more.
A recent study demonstrated that robotic-assisted total knee replacement does not yield superior clinical outcomes compared to conventional total knee replacement. Learn more…
Modern techniques in pain management along with rapid recovery protocols now allow patients safely return home the same day as their joint replacement. Drs. King and Parsons have performed more same-day-surgery joint replacements than any other surgeons in New Hampshire and most if not all in New England. This experience as allowed us to refine the methods for how to successfully allow outpatient joint replacement through what we term the AVATAR program (Alignment of Vital Assets to Accelerate Recovery). This blog post will briefly overview the advantages and steps to make this possible.