Christopher Hanosh is a board certified Orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee replacement. Dr. Hanosh completed medical school at Johns Hopkins University, followed by residency at The University of New Mexico. He completed his fellowship in adult reconstruction with Dr. Anthony Hedley at The Arizona Institute for Bone and Joint Disorders in 2009. He has served as the Chief of Adult Reconstruction at UNM for the past 10 years. Dr. Hanosh is a member of The American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Dr. Hanosh specializes in:
Primary Total Knee Replacement
Partial Knee Replacement
Minimally Invasive Direct Superior Total Hip Replacement
Evaluation and Treatment of Painful/Poorly Functioning Hip and Knee Replacements
He's an awesome Dr. Did my right hip replacement with results as expected.
— Robert Burpo
The new Triathlon Stryker knee that Dr. Hanosh put in is just wonderful. Dr. Hanosh surgical skills have made the recovery Flawless. His Staff from the front desk to the back are Top Notch...What a blessing to the community.
— Carnell Chappelle
Great service from the time I signed in until the time I left. Dr. Hanosh explained our "Plan of Attack" thoroughly and very professionally. I honestly Look forward to working with Dr. Hanosh as my care-giver throughout the process.
— Calvin Beverly
My doctors appointment with D, R Hanosh on September 10th went well like always
— Leroy Baca
After 2 years, my new knee continues to gives me a full rage of motion with no pain. I am so pleased with it! And I am always very happy to see Dr. Hanosh. He is clearly an outstanding surgeon, and a most pleasant man to speak with. I cannot imagine a finer arthroplasty surgeon.
— Stephen Kaufman
I recently had an appointment with Dr, Hanosh to check my knee and back after a fall. Dr. Hanosh gave me a thorough examination. He ask great questions and allowed me the time to give my answers and concerns. At all times during the exam, he explained what he was going to do and why he was doing it. When he finished, he gave me his diagnosis and allowed me time to ask my questions.
Doctors I have gone to in the past could use a lesson from Dr. Hanosh on patient examination and listening.