Orthopedic Services

Active Again Total Joint Replacement Program

Here at Seton Medical Center Harker Heights, we realize the decision to have your joint replaced may be both exciting and intimidating. When you and your doctor decide it is time for joint replacement surgery, our Active Again Total Joint Replacement Program offers an approach to accelerate your recovery and shorten your hospital stay.

We are the first hospital in the area to earn The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Advanced Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement. We are commited to providing the best care for total hip and total knee replacement.

For more information, contact our Active Again Total Joint Replacement Program Coordinator
Stacy Sepeda Stacy.Sepeda@smchh.org

Active Again Total Joint Camp Information

When you and your doctor decide it is time for joint replacement surgery, our Active Again Total Joint Replacement Program offers an approach to accelerate your recovery and shorten your hospital stay.

Your physician’s office will schedule you for the next available Joint Camp. 

The day of Joint Camp you will have the opportunity to visit with the following team members:

• Active Again Total Joint Replacement Program Coordinator
• Active Again Total Joint Replacement Camp Coordinator
• Registration Personnel
• Case Management
• Peri-Operative Director
• Physical and Occupational Therapists
• Registered Dietitian
• Anesthesiologist
• Pre-Operative Nurse

Should you have any questions regarding Joint Camp, please contact your physician’s office directly or the following team members:

Active Again Total Joint Replacement Program Coordinator

Stacy Sepeda
254.618.4359
Stacy.Sepeda@smchh.org

Active Again Total Joint Replacement Camp Coordinator

Carey Stites
254.618.4932
carey.stites@smchh.org

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What is an Orthopedic Doctor?

An orthopedic doctor is generally a surgeon who specializes in the surgical and non-surgical treatment of diseases, disorders, and injuries (including fractures) of the skeletal system: spine, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and peripheral nerves. These conditions include:

  • Soft tissue injuries and diseases
  • Sports injuries and arthroscopic surgery
  • Degenerative joint disease and joint replacement
  • Open and closed treatment of broken bones
  • Torn knee ligaments and cartilage
  • Hand surgery including carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Ruptured disc
  • Arthritic changes causing compression of the nerve root and spinal cord

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