The Regional Joint Assessment Program (RJAP) has one location in Brantford, Ontario.
We are located at:
The Orthopaedic Clinic, B wing
Brantford General Hospital
200 Terrace Hill Street
The Regional Joint Assessment Program helps adults of all ages who experience hip and knee problems such as pain and difficulty moving.
One of the main reasons that people have hip or knee pain is from arthritis. Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis and usually happens in weight bearing joints such as the hips and knees.
Our goal is to work with you so that you can stay active and manage your pain. If you think you need to be seen for a hip or knee problem talk to your doctor. Your doctor can refer you to our program.
Download a copy of our patient brochure.
Patients are fully covered by OHIP.
A referral from a physician is required for an appointment.
Find out more about the referral process.
Click to watch the Regional Joint Assessment Video
Click to watch this video on how to prepare for hip or knee joint replacement surgery, by Dr. Mike Evans.
Straight from the hip...Read about Lorraine's visit to the Centre and her hip replacement surgery.