Orthopedic Services

Modern Orthopedics. Setting the standard of care for hip and knee surgery.

By /Published On: December 9, 2020/Last Updated: June 18, 2022/5094 words/25.5 min read/
Orthopedic Services2022-06-18T16:43:19-10:00
Robotic Hip and Knee Surgery
Sports Medicine and Joint Preservation
Partial knee
Knee Replacement
Anterior Hip Replacement
Revision Hip Replacement
Revision Total Knee Replacement
Knee replacements
Tree Pose - Yoga
Partial versus Total
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Centrifuge
Time to reconsider the routine use of tourniquets in total knee arthroplasty surgery
Sports Medicine and Joint Preservation
Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Meniscus Tears
Clavicle (Collarbone) Fractures
Patellofemoral Syndrome
Knee Arthroscopy
Return to sports after a total knee replacement
Achilles Tendon
Wrist frature
Clavicle (Collarbone) Fractures
Hip Fractures

Clinic and Surgical Services

After Surgery Care
Preoperative Optimization
Patient Education
News And Community Events
Injury and Trauma Care
Wound management after Knee replacement surgery
Robot Doc
Second Opinion
Physical Therapy

Dr. Morton’s Approach

Dr. Morton is one of Hawaii’s premier orthopedic surgeons. As a surgeon, he provides services to patients from Oahu, Big Island, and neighboring Hawaiian Island with advanced treatments for a range of hip and knee issues. Dr. Morton’s specializations include problems arising from arthritis, trauma or fractures, occupational and sports-related injuries. He has a background in robotic joint replacements as well as revision hip/knee replacements.

One of the most common procedures Dr. Morton performs is joint replacement surgery, particularly of the hip and knees. This is where a damaged or arthritic joint is removed and replaced with a prosthesis, often made of plastic, metal, or ceramic. The goal of these procedures is to cure deformity or relieve pain, allowing the patient to live a more active lifestyle. He is active in research and uses robotic-assisted joint replacements to improve the outcomes of his patients who undergo a hip or knee replacement.

Dr. Morton also treats patients who require lower extremity joint revisions, a more complex surgery that involves the removal of a failed original implant. Such procedures are often done to solve issues related to megaprosthesis, infections, arthrofibrosis, and periprosthetic fractures. Prior to recommending the replacement of a joint, we will consider the best nonoperative and operative treatments available, providing patients with a comprehensive evaluation paired with a holistic treatment plan.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What Is Dr. Paul Morton’s Fax Number?2021-04-24T16:21:24-10:00


What’s the phone number can I call to create an appointment?2021-04-24T16:20:38-10:00


Does Dr. Morton accept my insurance?2021-02-28T20:39:21-10:00

Most likely. I accept most insurance plans including HMSA, HMAA, Medicare, Medicaid, MDX, UHA, and United. Call our office to confirm.

Does Dr. Morton accept new patients?2021-02-28T20:38:59-10:00

Absolutely! Call our office today at (808) 439-6201

Where does Dr. Morton Practice?2021-03-21T08:34:09-10:00

Dr. Morton practices in Honolulu, Hawaii at the Queen’s Medical Center, Physicians Office Building 1, Suite 808.

What insurance plans Does Dr. Morton take?2021-02-27T17:23:30-10:00

We accept many health care plans. Please call before your appointment to make sure that your visit will be covered. Health care plans we accept include:

Aetna Health Plans, Cigna HealthCare, Deseret Mutual Benefit Administrators (DMBA), Healthcare Management Administrators (HMA), Hawaii Medical Assurance Association (HMAA), Blue Cross Blue Shield HMSA, HYGEIA Travel Health, MDX Hawaii, Medicare, The Queen’s Health Systems Health Care Plan, Tricare (Will require referral from PCP), University Health Alliance (UHA), United HealthCare.

Does Dr. Morton accept my insurance?2021-02-27T16:47:48-10:00