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Joint pain shouldn't hold you back from living the life you want.
Let us help you.

Do I need medical treatment for my knee or hip pain?

  • Do you have knee or hip pain that regularly keeps you up at night?
  • Does your knee or hip pain limit you in everyday activities, like grocery shopping or going up stairs?
  • Have other solutions like pain relievers or heat compresses not resolved your knee or hip pain?

If you answered "yes" to these questions, then joint replacement surgery may be an option for you.

We're here to help you.

At Legacy Medical Group–Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, we have a team of orthopedic experts who can help you through the entire process of determining what knee or hip treatment is right for you. We will partner with you from planning to recovery. You will have the tools you need to get back to living your life.

Why should I worry about my joint pain?

  • Chances are it won’t get better without medical care.

  • If you’re having moderate to severe pain in your hips or knees, your quality of life suffers.

Whether it’s a recent injury, a worsening condition or chronic arthritis, medical treatment for your knee or hip pain may be able to help you find the relief you need and get you on the road to recovery. 

We're with you every step of the way.

We offer a wide range of services that will help you on your journey:

  • Surgery preparation and education
  • Pain management and education
  • Recovery and rehabilitation support
  • Physical and occupational therapy

Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center

How can you find us?

Legacy Medical Group–Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is located in Northwest Portland. Find easy and free parking in one of our three parking garages or hop off the streetcar or bus lines right outside.

Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center
Good Samaritan Building 1, Suite 419
2222 N.W. Lovejoy St.
Portland, OR 97210

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