Don't Let Hip and Knee Pain Wear You Down

The Johns Hopkins Hip and Knee Replacement Program has multiple care locations in the Baltimore metro area, including Baltimore, Columbia, Bethesda, Lutherville, Odenton, White Marsh and Belcamp. Our team is committed to making sure our patients are informed and feel confident at every step of the joint replacement process. Equipped with the latest technologies, our surgery sites offer a safe place to have your surgery, whether your procedure is simple or complex. In particular, we help many older adults in the Baltimore community and beyond regain mobility and independence while minimizing surgery risks.

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Why Choose Johns Hopkins for Hip and Knee Replacement

Experience and Leadership

Our fellowship-trained surgeons perform 1,200+ joint replacements a year with the support of physician assistants, ranging from uncomplicated to complex revision surgeries.

Patient Education

Our nurse navigators guide you through every step, from pre-surgical education through surgery, recovery and rehabilitation.

Latest Technologies

We use minimally invasive techniques, including anterior hip approaches and robotic-assisted surgeries, as well as top-of-the-line materials for faster recovery and longer-lasting implants.

Undiagnosed Hip or Knee Pain?

If you are suffering from sudden hip or knee pain due to an injury or an unknown cause, our experts at the Johns Hopkins Musculoskeletal Center can help diagnose and treat your condition.

Webinar: Revision Surgery after a Failed Previous Joint Replacement

Orthopaedic surgeon Savyasachi “Savya” Thakkar, M.D., discusses the different causes and approaches to revision surgery after a failed joint replacement and what you need to know if you have had a hip or knee replacement.

Consultation Locations

You can schedule a consultation with a hip and knee specialist at one of these locations.

Hip Impingement | Q&A with Alex Johnson, M.D. and Brian Lee, P.A.

Hip impingement, or femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), occurs when the femoral head (ball of the hip) pinches up against the acetabulum (cup of the hip). Dr. Alex Johnson, a sports medicine surgeon, and Brian Lee, a sports medicine physician assistant, answer commonly asked questions about hip impingement.

2017 Clinical Collaboration and Teamwork Award

Harpal Khanuja, M.D. and the Total Joint Replacement Team are the 2017 recipients of the Clinical Collaboration and Teamwork Award at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. With input from orthopaedic surgery, anesthesia, infection control and other departments, Dr. Khanuja and the Total Joint Replacement Team have created a patient-centric model of care that has improved quality, increased patient engagement and reduced costs.

Outpatient Hip and Knee Replacement | Q&A with Harpal (Paul) Khanuja, M.D.

What is an outpatient hip or knee surgery and who is a candidate? The Chief of Joint Replacement Surgery Harpal Khanuja, M.D., answers these questions and more in this Q&A video about outpatient hip and knee replacement surgeries.