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Shasta Regional Medical Center

Shasta Regional Medical Center

Your Center for Knee Pain Treatment

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About Shasta Regional Medical Center

Welcome to Shasta Regional, where our spirit of innovation has had a positive impact on the overall health and wellbeing of the communities we serve for the last 70 years. When you visit us you’ll find our compassionate and award-winning physicians, nurses, and staff are supported by the latest technology while providing the most current treatment options. At Shasta Regional we are dedicated to always Treating People Well.

Our Standard Is Excellence

Shasta Regional was named as a “100 Top Hospital in the Nation” by Truven Health Analytics for the third year in a row, as well as a 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospital in 2013 & 2015. This national recognition is based on saving more lives, less complications, and patient satisfaction. We are also a recipient of Healthgrades’ 2015 “Patient Safety Excellence Award” and named among the Top 5% of America’s hospitals for patient safety in 2015. We also earned a Five-Star Award for Total Knee Replacement (2014–2016) and Five Star Award for Hip Fracture Treatment (2014–2016), based on overall clinical excellence three years in a row.

At Shasta Regional, We Utilize The Best Technology

The Knee Replacement Specialists at Shasta Regional Medical Center use the latest robotics-assisted technology — the NAVIO® Surgical System — to perform robotics-assisted partial knee replacement, and soon robotics-assisted total knee replacement. Our Knee Replacement Specialists chose the NAVIO system because it provides accuracy and precision for consistent results. Unlike other robotic surgical systems, NAVIO does not require patients to undergo a costly CT scan, which can deliver a radiation dosage equivalent to 48 chest x-rays1,2,3.That alone saves patients time, money, and the health risks associated with exposure to high levels of radiation3,4,5.

Treating Osteoarthritis Pain

One of the most common causes of knee pain is Osteoarthritis, which is a leading cause of disability in the United States. It develops slowly and the pain it causes worsens over time. Because of the degenerative nature of the disease, it is best to have knee pain diagnosed and treated early. Our knee replacement specialists have many years of clinical experience treating patients suffering from chronic knee pain. Our primary goal at Shasta Regional is to quickly get you back to the pain-free lifestyle you enjoyed before experiencing knee pain, and our doctors are dedicated to doing just that.