Maury Regional Medical Center is pleased to help patients prepare for an upcoming hip or knee replacement surgery. Patients scheduled for hip and knee replacement procedures are offered education to assist them in preparing for the surgery and the recovery period. The information on this page is intended to help patients understand what to expect before, during and after the surgery in order to ensure the most successful outcome.


Maury Regional Health has implemented certain guidelines to help protect our patients and health care team from the spread of viruses. Patients may be assured that all employees involved in their care are screened daily and our facilities continue to follow stringent protocols for infection prevention. Patients preparing for a joint replacement surgery are encouraged to learn more about these guidelines, including COVID-19 testing prior to surgery and visitation guidelines.


Below are educational videos specifically designed for patients who are preparing for a joint replacement procedure at Maury Regional Medical Center. Patients are encouraged to view all videos prior to their surgery. A member of our team will contact the patient before surgery to ensure that any questions have been adequately answered. 

Total Joint Class videos

  1. Patient Instructions
  2. Before Your Joint Replacement Surgery
  3. After Your Joint Replacement Surgery
  4. Physical Therapy Exercises (Before & After Surgery)

Required Assessment

After reviewing all educational videos above, please complete a brief assessment that is required for class credit. Please be aware that despite potential use of encryption software, security of this submission is not guaranteed and no medical information is to be exchanged by either party.

If you have any questions about accessing the educational resources provided here or have questions about the information provided, please send an email to or call 931.381.1111, extension 7281.

If you have any additional questions about your upcoming joint replacement surgery, please contact your orthopedic surgeon's office.