Orthopedic surgeries are performed as a result of various problems such as joint deformities, arthritic conditions, and also injuries acquired through sports. These procedures aim at minimizing the chances of having to open up a patient’s body. As a result, the patient can leave the respective hospital on the same day of the surgery as the incisions are minimal. The body parts that are involved in these procedures, aimed at repairing the ligaments that have been damaged, include the wrists, knees, hips, and shoulders.

The total shoulder replacement is an arthroscopic procedure that is carried out to reduce the pain experienced in a joint that functions quite similarly to the shoulder. This results in the patient being able to feel better with time. The parts of the cartilage and bone that have been damaged are replaced with a plastic or metallic implant. This enhances the scale of motion at the joint of the shoulder.

Patients diagnosed with arthritis who seek an increased range of movement are recommended to undertake a total replacement surgery. This procedure is aimed at restoring the main functions of the affected regions and relieving the patient from the pain that comes as a result of the problem. In this surgical process, the affected joints are assessed so that they can be replaced with plastic and metallic embedment.

About Greg Finch

Greg Finch is an orthopedic surgeon who is specialized in Pediatric Orthopedics and trauma, spinal surgery, and also Trauma and Orthopedic surgery. He studied at the Royal Australian College of Surgeons where he became a qualified orthopedic surgeon. In January 2000, Greg Finch joined the Shriners Hospitals for Children where he worked as a Pediatric Orthopedic and Spine surgeon.

Later in the year 2000, Mr. Greg Finch moved to the Royal Orthopedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust where he served as a Spine surgeon. From then, he has joined several institutions and associations where he worked and still serves in some of them as an orthopedic spine surgeon. Currently, Greg Finch is offering his services at the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service, The Sunshine Coast Private Hospital, & the Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery.