Hip & Knee

Advanced Bone & Joint

Your hips and knees support your full body weight while allowing for a wide range of motion, making them susceptible to injury and arthritis. There are many types of hip and knee problems that can affect your life. Knee arthritis can make it very difficult to get around and enjoy the activities you usually do. When you are hurt, getting proper treatment is key to restoring your full range of movement and quality of life.

Osteoarthritis commonly affects the hip and knee joints. With this type of arthritis, the cartilage that lines the joints slowly disintegrates and the bones begin to rub together. This causes pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joint. Osteoarthritis typically affects people in their senior years, as well as physically active middle-aged adults and athletes.

Osteoporosis is also common, which can increase the risk of hip fracture due to a fall. Usually associated with aging, osteoporosis is a loss of bone density that makes your bones weaker and more susceptible to fractures.

In St. Peters, MO, Advanced Bone & Joint offers state-of-the-art comprehensive care that includes prevention, early diagnosis, and treatment of hip and knee problems. Our hip and knee expertise encompasses the treatment of everything from meniscal (cartilage) tears in the knee to total hip and knee replacements. Surgical and non-surgical treatment options are available.

Some of the most common knee and hip conditions we see and treatments we provide include:


Visit our orthopedic patient education library and YouTube Channel to learn more about hip and knee conditions and treatment.

Our goal is to maximize your hip and knee joint function. We are committed to ensuring your full recovery through diligent follow-up care after surgery and a custom rehabilitation program so you can get back to your favorite activities as soon as possible.

Don’t let hip or knee pain hold you back from what you love to do! Call Advanced Bone & Joint today to learn more about our comprehensive knee and hip treatments. To make an appointment, use our online form or call us in St. Peters or O'Fallon at (636) 229-4222.