A leader of Orthopedic Surgery, Greg Finch

Posted on May 5, 2017

Orthopedic surgery involves the muscles and joints in the human body. Orthopedic surgeons can tackle orthopedic problems without performing surgery. A few of the most common orthopedic procedures are listed below.

 

Total Joint Replacement-Total joint replacement is a procedure that is for patients that suffer from chronic arthritis problems. They want the procedure done so that they are able to move easily and for pain relief. During this procedure, the surgeon focuses on the damaged joints that may be present in the body and replaces them with metal and plastic to restore natural movement.

 

Spine Surgery- This is another common procedure that is performed in orthopedics. There are a few ways that can lead to spine surgery. One of the main reasons is increased back pain. They are looking to have spine surgery because the pain is literally affecting their everyday lives. The most known type of spine surgery is Spinal Fusion. That is simply joining spinal bones together so that it limits the stretching of the nerves.

 

Greg Finch is an Australian orthopedic surgeon. He has a passion and interest in a more non-invasive spine surgery, but he enjoys all types of spinal surgery. Greg Finch is a member of the Spine Society of Australia. He trained at the Auckland medical school. In 2001, Greg Finch obtain his FRACS, which stands for Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons’s award. It is only awarded to those doctors that have spent many years in a demanding training for spinal surgeries.

 

After obtaining that award, Greg Finch spent 2 years working with leaders from all over the world like the United States, the UK and Germany. He is widely known for his excellence in orthopedic surgery.

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