Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS)

MIS joint replacement and spinal surgery offers important advantages, requiring smaller incisions and potentially causing less trauma, shorter hospital stay, faster recovery and less scarring than traditional techniques.

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Computer-Assisted Surgery (CAS)

Computer-assisted technology has made it possible for your orthopaedic specialist to navigate joint replacement procedures and spinal procedures with a level of accuracy so precise it may improve the results of your surgery.

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Total Joint Replacement (TJR)

Total joint replacement is a surgical procedure in which certain parts of an arthritic or damaged joint are removed and replaced with an artificial joint, which is designed to move just like a healthy joint.

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Results/Data

SF36 Results For Spine Surgery (500 Cases)

“Significant Reduction in Pain and Improvement in Function Noted”


Oswestry Disability Index (OSI)

Lumbar Decompression and Fusion; (200 cases)

Oswestry Disability Index

Neck Disability Index (NOI)

Anterior Cervical Diskectomy and Fusion (ACDF); (100 cases)

Neck Disability Index