The field of orthopedic is huge and is orthopedic physician treats a broad range of musculoskeletal problems. If you are suffering pain in your joints, knees, hips, ligaments, spine or any other areas in the musculoskeletal network in your body, the orthopedic physician is specially trained to treat you. Many different orthopedic procedures are performed worldwide, but few of the most common orthopedic procedures are ACL Reconstruction, Spine Surgery, Total Joint Replacement, and Total Shoulder Replacement. However, there are many other orthopedic surgical procedures performed by the orthopaedists depending upon the issue faced by the patient.
Few of the other common orthopedic procedures are Osteotomy, Arthroscopy, Hip Replacement, Carpal Tunnel Diseases, Shoulder Replacement, Debridement, Spine Fusion, Fusion of Bones, Soft Tissue Repair, Joint Replacement, bone fracture repair, and more. All these procedures focus on different specific musculoskeletal problems and help treat them effectively to ensure complete cure. For example, joint replacement helps with replacing a joint that is damaged with a prosthesis, bone fracture repair uses metal pins or plates to realign broken bones and helps recover faster naturally, and so on.
Greg Finch is one of the most renowned Orthopaedic surgeons based in Queensland, Australia. He received the degree of bachelor of medicine and surgery in 1991 from the University of Auckland. Greg Finch’s specialty is any and all types of spinal surgeries, cervical spine surgery, minimally invasive spine surgery, and adult deformity. Greg Finch currently serves at Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and is also a part of the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service.
Greg Finch has also done a specialty course of FRACS, which further adds to his credibility. This degree is only provided to people who have gone through many years of practice and surgical training. Greg Finch is a member of the Spine Society of Australia, North American Spine Society NASS, and more.