The Cartilage Repair Center (CRC) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) is a leading institution for the diagnosis and repair of cartilage damage and early arthritis in the knee and other joints. The CRC is one of the busiest cartilage transplant centers in the country.
All of our surgeons are board-certified and faculty members at Harvard Medical School. Our expert multidisciplinary team of surgeons and rehabilitation specialists work together with dedicated nurses, physician assistants and other professionals to provide state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment. Our philosophy is to not only repair the cartilage damage, but to carefully determine and correct the underlying cause of the damage. This systemic approach has helped us maximize the success rates of our procedures.