Accredited Hip Replacement Program in Richmond

At Johnston-Willis Hospital, we understand chronic hip pain can make every day activities difficult. Our orthopedic surgeons perform hip replacement surgery to alleviate hip pain and increase mobility.

For more information about hip replacement surgery, please call (804) 320-3627.
Johnston-Willis has earned advanced certification from The Joint Commission for total hip and knee replacement

Hip replacement surgery at our full-service hospital gives you access to comprehensive orthopedic care. Our total hip replacement program is accredited by The Joint Commission, the nation's leading authority on quality and continuous improvement in healthcare. This designation means Johnston-Willis is recognized for the highest-quality care and our commitment to patient safety.

Best choice for hip replacement surgery in Chesterfield County

The joint replacement team at Johnston-Willis offers comprehensive care before, during and after your hip surgery. Patients choose our hip replacement program for:

  • Complete preoperative education: To help ease any concerns or anxiety before surgery, our team offers an orientation class on joint replacement. You are given an inside look at our facility and what to expect before, during and after your surgery.
  • Care every step of the way: We are here during all phases of your journey, providing case management and customized care to meet your needs.
  • Personalized rehabilitation plans: We offer inpatient and outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation to optimize your hip replacement recovery.

Total hip replacement

Hip replacement surgery, also known as hip arthroplasty, resolves hip pain caused by fractures, avascular necrosis, severe arthritis or other conditions. The result is better stability, mobility and function and less pain.

Johnston-Willis specializes in total hip replacement surgery. Our orthopedic surgeons replace the ball of the thigh bone and socket of the pelvis bone with prosthetic (or artificial) pieces made from metal, ceramic and/or plastic.

We offer traditional and direct anterior hip replacement techniques. The direct anterior (front) hip replacement is minimally invasive and requires smaller incisions with less trauma to tendons and muscles. This means faster recovery and less pain than traditional approaches.

Candidates for hip replacement surgery

Schedule an appointment with one of our hip care experts if you:

  • Experience hip pain or stiffness after sitting for a long time or getting out of bed
  • Have pain, swelling or tenderness in the hip joint
  • Hear or feel "crunching" in the hip joint
  • Have not had pain relief with other treatments, like medications and physical therapy

Learn more about hip replacement surgery