Norman Regional Health System

Total Knee and Total Hip Replacement Program

At Norman Regional Health System’s Orthopedic and Spine Center we provide a comprehensive program through our state of the art technology and a variety of services. Our highly credentialed physicians and medical professionals are dedicated to fulfilling your needs, from pre-operative education to post-operative rehabilitation and recovery.

Patient Education


Our Goals:

We are dedicated to Repair , Restore and Return

Repair – Our highly qualified team of orthopedic surgeons utilize progressive joint replacement techniques, depending on individual needs, to repair hip and knee joints.

Restore – Our highly skilled nursing and therapy staff, in conjunction with ancillary staff, work to help restore joint function and to educate patients and family in the recovery process.

Return – Our entire team’s goal is to help our patients return home, with the resources they need to complete their recovery.

Do you need joint replacement surgery?

Take the quiz below:

  • Does your affected joint hurt one or more days per week?
  • Does the pain interfere with your ability to sleep?
  • Is it painful for you when you perform everyday activities?
  • Are pain medications no longer working or causing too many side effects?
  • Is joint pain limiting your participation in activities that you love?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you may be ready to learn more about joint replacement surgery. Talk to your doctor and get back to doing the things you love. To find an orthopedic surgeon in your area, please click the Find a Physician button above.

Five-Star Recipient for Total Knee Replacement for 7 Years in a Row (2010-2016)

Norman Regional gives our patients five-star quality treatment. Healthgrades® has named Norman Regional a five-star recipient in many areas of orthopedic care including Being named a Five-Star Recipient for Total Knee Replacement for 7 Years in a Row (2010-2016). A 5-star rating indicates that Norman Regional’s clinical outcomes are statistically significantly better than expected when treating the condition or performing the procedure being evaluated.

Of the 15 hospitals located within the Oklahoma City area, Healthgrades’ 2016 study reveals that although these hospitals are just minutes away from each other, risk-adjusted in-hospital complication rates for Total Knee Replacement ranged from 2.1% on the low end to 9.7% on the high end, which is a more than 4.6-fold difference in complication rates.