The very best in orthopedic care

We are dedicated to optimal outcomes for all patients, and especially interested in returning high performance athletes, whether professional or enthusiastic amateurs, to optimal condition and outcomes. We accept no compromise in function due to age or injury.

Find a Stone trained physical therapist

The Stone Clinic has trained many physical therapists (PTs) around the world in the post-operative protocols required for our biologic and robotic joint replacements.

The Stone Clinic Method includes: 

  • Whole person healing
  • Rehab protocols for biologic procedures
  • Rehab protocols for robotic-assisted joint replacement procedures 

If you are coming from out of town, find out if there is Stone trained PT near you.

Or, you would like to work with your own PT, we also offer a free online course in the Stone Clinic Method, should they be interested in taking advantage of that. 

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Meniscus transplant and articular cartilage repair