Hip arthritis can be felt as pain in the groin or buttock while getting up and walking. Treatments range from non-operative options such as medications and injections to hip replacement surgery.
Knee arthritis can be debilitating, limiting a person’s ability to walk or enjoy daily activities. Treatment options range from medication and physiotherapy, to injections and surgery.
Usually caused by a sports injury, ACL tears cause an unstable knee in young people. Young patients with knee instability from an ACL tear often consider ACL reconstruction.
Tears in the meniscus can contribute to knee pain and sometimes be one of the causes of “locking” in the knee. Treatments options range from physiotherapy to knee arthroscopy.
In Ontario, a referral is required to see a specialist. Please ask your Primary Care Provider to fax a referral to 416-981-7675. Once we receive your referral, we will contact you within 14 business days to set up an appointment. For referral forms and more information, click here.
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DISCLAIMER: The information on this website is intended to help current and prospective patients of Dr. Cayen understand joint disease as well as treatment options available. It is also meant to provide background information to prospective patients such that their visit with their doctor is most helpful. This website is not meant to provide specific medical advice, treat or diagnose any medical condition. It is not meant to take the place of a visit with your doctor or Dr. Cayen.
Dr. Barry Cayen is an orthopedic surgeon at Humber River Hospital, specializing in adult hip and knee replacements, sports surgery of the knee, and trauma. He performs Total Hip Replacement Surgery using the Direct Anterior approach with a Hana table.
3695 Keele St., 2nd Fl.
North York, ON M3J 1N2