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Orthopedic Joint Replacement Center

Colorado Orthopedic Surgery

Knee and hip pain can severely hamper a person’s ability to enjoy life to the fullest.

At HRRMC's Orthopedic Joint Replacement Center, we review the extent of your condition and discuss whether or not joint replacement surgery is a viable option for you.

Watch joint replacement class video by submitting the form below.

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to call us at (719) 530-2000.

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Our Providers

HRRMC's Orthopedic Joint Replacement team is led by E. Andrew Jonassen, M.D., and Steven Jones, D.O. Both are board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons.

Dr. Jonassen and Dr. Jones specialize in:

  • Total knee replacement
  • Total hip replacement
  • Orthopedic trauma surgery

Preparing for joint replacement surgery

HRRMC holds a monthly joint replacement prep class for anyone who is considering a joint replacement or is already scheduled for a joint replacement at HRRMC. The class is currently postponed, but typically held the second Wednesday of every month, from 1 - 2 p.m., in the hospital's second-floor conference rooms.

If your physician decides you are a candidate for joint replacement surgery, be sure to discuss a few important factors with them.

  • Implant design - Different patients have different lifestyles. Your new implant should be designed with your specific goals and daily activities in mind.
  • What to expect after surgery - Joint implants require a certain degree of care. Be sure to discuss with your surgeon what the implant can and cannot handle, and what exercises will aid the implant in settling in.
  • Keeping bones healthy - Walking and running help keep bones healthy. Talk with a physician about the exercise you will need if you decide to have the operation.