If joint pain is preventing you from doing the activities you enjoy or tasks you need to complete, it’s time to get an evaluation for knee or hip replacement.
At OHSU, our orthopaedic experts use minimally invasive joint surgery techniques backed by leading-edge research and technology. Our goal is to restore your full range of movement, reduce your pain and help you quickly recover from surgery.
Learn about our total hip and knee replacement surgeries, including minimally invasive options, as well as osteotomy, and revision surgery on our Joint Replacement Treatments page. As Oregon's only academic health center, OHSU's innovative research and technologies set it apart from other joint replacement programs in the region.
Preparing for surgery
Visit our Surgery Information page for important information including:
- Videos on how to prepare for knee and hip replacement surgeries
- Information about the surgery team
- Pre and post-operative patient information
- Our downloadable Joint Surgery Guide
Dr. Thomas Huff received his M.D. from the University of Iowa and completed his residency at Case Western Reserve University. He did fellowship training in New York and Europe, and specializes in hip and knee replacement, adult reconstruction and revision joint replacements.
Dr. Kathryn Schabel received her M.D. from the Medical College of Wisconsin and did both her residency and fellowship in Adult Reconstruction at the University of Utah. Dr. Schabel specializes in hip and knee replacement, adult reconstruction surgery and revision joint replacements.
Dr. Ryland Kagan received his M.D. from Albany Medical College. He completed his residency at OHSU and a fellowship in Joint Reconstruction and Hip Preservation at the University of Utah. Dr. Kagan specializes in hip and knee replacement, adult reconstruction, and hip preservation.
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Adult Reconstruction Fellowship
Learn more about OHSU's Adult Reconstruction Fellowship.