Updated Patient Visit Policy Effective March 30th, 2020

Until further notice, all patients at OAL offices and facilities will not be permitted to have accompanying guests.

The only exception will be for patients who are unable to complete the visit on their own, such as a parent or guardian accompanying a minor, in which one guest will be permitted.

Any patient or guest who is sick, has a high risk of exposure or has traveled from a high-risk geographical area will not be permitted to enter any OAL offices or facilities.

Lancaster County: (717) 299-4871
Lebanon County: (717) 277-7005
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Hip & Knee

As weight-bearing joints, your hips and knees are highly prone to painful and debilitating injuries during sports or work activities. In addition, osteoarthritis is the leading cause of hip and knee joint deterioration, pain, and movement limitation. When you experience a hip or knee injury, you want the best possible doctors and treatment to help relieve your pain and get you back to your favorite activities as soon as possible.

That’s why you should turn to the total joint reconstruction experts at Orthopedic Associates of Lancaster for the treatment of hip and knee problems such as:

If you need surgery, our skilled hip and knee surgeons perform some of the most advanced procedures available, including:

Our state-of-the-art comprehensive care also includes pre and post-surgical physical therapy, as well as other non-surgical treatment of hip and knee problems such as viscosupplementation injections. To learn more about various surgical options, also check out the American Association of Orthopedic Knee and Hip Surgeons and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.


Viscosupplementation therapy is an appropriate treatment for people with knee arthritis that has failed to respond to more conservative therapy. A solution of hyaluronic acid is injected directly into the knee joint to restore the cushioning and lubricating properties of normal joint fluid. It is useful for people who are trying to delay surgery or are not candidates for knee replacement surgery.

Viscosupplementation injections are typically given weekly for 3 or 4 weeks. You can find out more about viscosupplementation by speaking to a trained medical staff member.

Visit our patient education library to learn more about viscosupplementation therapy.

Don’t let knee or hip pain slow you down! Call Orthopedic Associates of Lancaster today at (717) 299-4871 or (717) 277-7005 to schedule an appointment, or use our online appointment request form. We have four offices to serve you in central Pennsylvania.