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The Advanced Joint Replacement Center of Southern Oregon

Orthopedic Specialties

The Advanced Joint Replacement Center of Southern Oregon

brings cutting edge surgical techniques and technology to patients across Oregon. Dr. Metwally and Dr. Ryan Colley have extensive training in minimally invasive outpatient joint replacement, using Robotic technology. 

Our Patients

  • Patients Reviews
    Patients Reviews

    Now I can walk the Oregon beaches again with my daughter. Thanks a bunch Dr Metwally & medical team!

    Now I can walk the Oregon beaches again with my daughter. Thanks a bunch Dr Metwally & medical team! I came here from Nevada to have hip surgery with Dr Metwally! I fell 3 years ago and the pain got worse every year till now. Dr Metwally put a new total hip in this April and I was able to walk the day of surgery...Read More

    ~ Judy Lund

  • Patients Reviews
    Patients Reviews

    I had the pleasure of seeing you today for my one-year follow-up appointment after bilateral hip replacement surgery.

    I had the pleasure of seeing you today for my one-year follow-up appointment after bilateral hip replacement surgery. To say that the surgery was a success is an understatement...Read More

    ~ Joy

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Blogs

  • Suffering From Tennis Elbow

    Suffering From Tennis Elbow

    Tennis Elbow is a common orthopedic issue affecting between 1 and 3 percent of the US population. It typically affects people between the ages of 30 and 50 years old. Tennis elbow is a wear and tear injury that occurs from dama...

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  • Benefits of Physical Therapy After Surgery

    Benefits of Physical Therapy After Surgery

    Physical therapy plays a vital role in the recovery process after surgery. It assists patients in their journey to heal and return to their active lifestyles. Regardless of the type of surgery, physical therapy is a necessary p...

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  • Exercises to Heal Shoulder Impingement

    Exercises to Heal Shoulder Impingement

    Shoulder impingement accounts for approximately 1/3 of all shoulder pain, a condition characterized by the repeated pinching of a nerve, tendon, or bursa in the shoulder.

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