Preparing joint replacement candidates – mentally and physically – for surgery
The Hip Joint Replacement and Knee Joint Replacement programs at Methodist Dallas Medical Center have both been certified by The Joint Commission.
Methodist Dallas Medical Center offers orthopedic services including total joint replacement surgery, using the latest minimally invasive techniques, to replace painful hip joint, knee joint, or shoulder joints damaged by injury, deformity, or degenerative diseases such as arthritis, to restore mobility and quality of life with less pain and recovery time.
Better informed, better outcomes for joint replacement surgery
The Methodist Joint Academy is a free educational workshop that helps prepare joint replacement "students" both mentally and physically for upcoming joint replacement surgery, the best possible surgical outcome, and a faster return to normal daily activity.
Held on the Methodist Dallas Medical Center campus, the Joint Academy offers a comfortable learning environment with a handful of fellow orthopedic patients. The one-day program includes:
A concierge to greet and guide you to your classroom
A tour of the orthopedic floor, designed specifically for the needs and comfort of joint replacement surgery patients
Discussion with a small group of fellow joint replacement patients to build camaraderie and provide motivation and support after hip or knee surgery
A "uniform" – t-shirt and shorts with the Methodist Joint Academy logo
Free validated parking
Learn more about the Methodist Dallas Joint Academy and find an orthopedic surgeon on the medical staff of Methodist Health System by calling 214-947-0044 or 1-866-584-8104.
Watch and learn
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Karen Cude, anterior approach hip replacement surgery patient of Dr. Phil Berry, independently practicing orthopedic surgeon, shares her success story. Follow her journey from the Methodist Joint Academy, a free educational workshop that prepares patients mentally and physically, for joint replacement surgery, to the anterior approach hip replacement surgery at Methodist Dallas Medical Center that allowed her to walk, without pain, just hours after surgery.
Listen to the Methodist Joint Academy radio spot covering hip joint and knee joint replacement.
Texas law prohibits hospitals from practicing medicine. The physicians on the Methodist Health System medical staff, including those practicing in connection with the Methodist Joint Academy, are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Methodist Health System, Methodist Dallas Medical Center, or Methodist Charlton Medical Center.