Center for Orthopedics
Contact InformationJoint and Spine Center
Upstate University Hospital Community Campus
4900 Broad Road
Syracuse, NY 13215
Upstate University Hospital Community Campus has long been a leading provider of orthopedic services in the Syracuse area. Our reputation comes from our talented and experienced team of physicians who perform a wide range of orthopedic services.
The Center for Orthopedics team includes a network of orthopedic surgeons, nurse practitioners, and technicians who are all are specialized in total joint and spine care. The team works closely with referring physicians to guide each patient from pre-surgery education through post-surgery rehabilitation and recovery.
Upstate University Hospital Community Campus's Center for Orthopedics will provide patients with specialized care in a state-of-the-art facility, where they can begin their recuperation in a modern, comfortable space that offers the newest equipment and spacious, private rooms. The state-of-the-art facility will offer the following:
- The latest in hospital patient beds complete with Tempur-Pedic mattresses
- Flat screen TVs in every patient room
- Three nursing pods complete with five computer work stations for nursing staff
- Free Wi-Fi available throughout the center
- High-tech hand-held call system for nurses
- Beautifully decorated rooms featuring soft, comfortable furnishings with hotel-like amenities
- Spacious physical therapy gym with commanding views of the city - making it the perfect location for knee, hip and spine surgery patients to recover
- New energy efficient HVAC systems, which will allow room temperatures to be monitored and adjusted both in the patient rooms and remotely by staff.
- The nurse call system will include wireless phones reducing ambient noise on the unit and allow a patient to connect with their nurse directly.
- Total Hip Replacement
- Knee Replacement
- Steps to Wellness Program
- Surgical Spine Procedures
Hip replacement is a surgery designed to help relieve pain, help the hip joint work properly, and improve walking and other movements. Your physician may recommend hip replacement surgery if you have hip pain or bone damage.
Damaged cartilage and bone is removed from the hip joint and replaced with a new hip joint in the surgery.
Knee replacement is a surgery designed to help relieve pain and allow patients to be more active. Your physician may recommend replacement surgery if you have chronic knee pain.
Damaged cartilage and bone is removed from the surface of your knee joint during the surgery and replaced with a new surface of metal and plastic. In a partial knee replacement, the surgeon replaces only one part of your knee joint.
Surgical Spine Procedures
The Joint and Spine Center offers a variety of spinal care procedures.