Orthopedic surgery deals with musculoskeletal system conditions. It is interesting that orthopedic surgeons employ non-surgical means partially to solve orthopedic problems. There are a variety of orthopedic procedures including the Total Joint Replacement and Spine Surgery among others. This is because there is always a variety of different cases and each case requires a unique and different treatment.
The Total Shoulder Replacement
This procedure is done to patients with shoulder joints cases, and it targets to gradually ease the pain helping patients to feel better over time. In this procedure, the damaged parts of the bone and cartilage are replaced with metal or plastic implants. Eventually, it improves the range of motion at the shoulder joint.
This is a common procedure done to patients who have back pain that hinders their normal daily activities. The spine surgery sorts to relieve the pain and bring about better physical fitness and productivity. During this procedure, the spinal bones are joined, therefore, restricting motion between the spinal bones limiting the stretching of nerves.
Dr. Greg Finch
Dr. Greg Finch is an orthopedic surgeon who hails from Australia. Greg is highly skilled and well-experienced in the orthopedic surgery sector. Specializing in cervical spine surgery and minimally invasive spine surgery, he presently serves at the Perth Royal Hospital. As a graduate of Auckland University where he got his FRACs, Finch is an expert in performing complex spinal surgeries. He has taken an active position in medical research to provide outstanding patient care.
Doctor Finch’s expertise in Disc Herniation and Spinal Stenosis is well known. His specialization is inclusive of Spinal Tumor Surgery and decompression. Dr. Greg Finch is helping patients get back on their feet knowing well enough how musculoskeletal system injuries is not only frustrating for the patients but also the doctor. He is devoted to his patient base for better care.