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The Total Joint Replacement Program

The Joint Replacement Program at UPMC offers many resources before, during, and after your surgery. 

Our goal is to help you throughout your journey so that you know what to expect and are able to be a part of your care team.

Educational Documents

We've compiled educational documents to assist you before, during, and after your total joint replacement.

These documents include:

Additional Resources

Browse the following resources about total joint replacement:

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Find an Orthopaedic Surgeon

Use Find A Doctor to find an orthopaedic surgeon near you.​

Please type "Orthopaedic Surgery" in the specialty section.

Decision Making Tools

Our Health Library offers the following two resources to help you make a decision about joint replacement surgery:

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