Musculoskeletal problems are common, particularly with athletes. Though not limited to these people only, anyone might incur an injury that might result in a musculoskeletal problem. There are two forms of orthopedic surgery. The surgical procedure and a non-surgical procedure. The surgeon after carefully studying the affected area, he/she is the one who will determine the procedure that is appropriate.
Orthopedic surgery is becoming common and more people have undergone these procedures. Here are the two most common orthopedic surgeries today:
This is an orthopedic surgery procedure that joins two vertebrae. The process uses bone grafting from the patient or the donor. If the bones cannot be harvested successfully, the surgeon results in using an artificial bone substitute. A screw or a plate is usually used to hold the bones together as the graft slowly fuses the two vertebrae together. Patients who undergo this procedure are mainly diagnosed with Scoliosis, Spinal Stenosis, or Spinal Fractures. It is one of the most common orthopedic surgeries in the United States.
Shoulder arthroscopy (rotator cuff tendon repair):
This is a surgical process that involves the re-attachment of torn tendons to the humerus. This form of surgery is mainly done to people who have injured their shoulders.
Greg Finch is one of the best orthopedic surgeons in Australia. He is currently working at the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Greg Finch has an extensive background of over 20 years working as an orthopedic surgeon. His specialty is the spine surgery.
Greg Finch attended the University of Auckland where he graduated with an MBBS degree.