Orthopaedics Menu Orthopaedics Knee Knee Doctors & Surgeons Patient Education Materials Caregiver Resources Knee Replacement Knee Replacement Surgery Knee Replacement Recovery Same Day Total Knee Surgery Total Knee Replacement - FAQs Knee Pain & Running Knee Surgery Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery FAQs Non-Surgical Knee Pain Treatments Treatments for Knee Pain Osteoarthritis in Knees Leaders in Mako Technology We’re celebrating our 500th Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery, the most advanced, precise knee replacement method that results in a more natural-feeling knee replacement. Patients who qualify for this type of knee replacement surgery benefit for a quicker recovery and a truly tailored knee joint replacement that only the Mako System can offer. Common conditions that cause knee pain There are many conditions that cause knee pain—from a movement injury to wear and tear injuries. Common conditions that cause knee pain or injury include: ACL injury/tear Bursitis Iliotibial band syndrome Jumper’s knee Knee dislocation Knee sprain MCL injury/tear Meniscus repair Movement-related injuries Osteoarthritis in the knees Patella dislocation/instability PCL injury/tear Meet our Non-Surgical Orthopaedic Doctors › Meet our Surgical Orthopaedic Doctors › Meet our Physical Therapy Team › Injury Prevention Program -- ACL Injuries Dr. Adam Metzler, an affiliated surgeon with OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, who practices at St. Elizabeth Healthcare, and St. Elizabeth physical therapist Kathy Boehmer discuss injury prevention techniques and rehabilitation of an ACL injury. Watch Now Relieve knee pain without surgery We know that knee pain can directly affect your activity level and quality of life. The St. Elizabeth Healthcare Orthopaedic team provides comprehensive treatment and physical therapy to get you back on to your active life. Learn more about our non-surgical orthopaedic doctors or physical therapy team and explore your care options. Is it time for knee surgery? If your knee pain is preventing you from enjoying simple daily activities, it is time to learn more about our knee surgery options. We have a team of experts that perform minimally invasive surgery for movement and traumatic injuries. From outpatient tendon repairs and arthroscopic surgery, to same day total knee replacement surgery and Mako robotic-arm assisted surgery, our orthopaedic team provides advanced surgical options provided by affiliated orthopaedic surgeons with OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. Learn more about our affiliated surgical orthopaedic doctors and explore your care options. Common Knee Conditions Arthritis Osteoarthritis Rheumatoid arthritis Surgical options for the knee St. Elizabeth offers both inpatient and same-day total knee replacement surgery to our patients. Some of the surgical treatment and recovery options we offer include: Arthroscopic surgery Fracture fixation Knee Replacement Knee Replacement Surgery Same Day Total Knee Replacement Surgery Tendon/ligament repair or reconstruction Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery Knee Surgery Knee Replacement Recovery Knee Replacement FAQs Non-Surgical options for the knee From exercise and physical therapy to anti-inflammatory medications, our St. Elizabeth Orthopaedic team will develop a customized non-surgical treatment plan for you. Treatments for Knee Pain Non-Surgical Knee Treatments Our orthopaedic team and facilities The Orthopaedic Institute at St. Elizabeth is a partnership between St. Elizabeth Healthcare, OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine and St. Elizabeth Physicians. The Orthopaedic Institute brings together a multidisciplinary team of surgeons, primary care doctors and other orthopaedic healthcare providers to ensure you receive the best orthopaedic care available. In addition, the St. Elizabeth Total Joint Center offers 36 private patient suites for inpatient care, a spacious rehabilitation area and a classroom for patient and family education. You’ve got questions — St. Elizabeth has answers When should I consider knee replacement? What questions should I ask my knee doctor? What are my treatment options if I don’t want surgery? We know you have questions – and we have the answers. Start in our FAQ section. Contact Us Is your knee pain bothering you? Schedule an appointment with our Sports Medicine physicians for a treatment plan tailored to you. Call (859) 301-5600 to make an appointment. If surgery is necessary, please call our affiliated orthopaedic surgeons from OrthoCincy Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine at (859) 301-BONE (2663).