It is very uncomfortable going about our daily activities with one part of the body in pain. This can be any part of the body, but the most painful one is the skeletons and the muscles. One is supposed to visit their doctors for a checkup to determine the cause of the pain and what type of therapy they will receive.
Orthopedic is the treatment performed to the patients with either skeleton or muscles problems. According to medical professionals, not all muscles and skeleton problems need surgery. One should visit a registered orthopedic doctor to perform the required surgery and even give proper treatment to their pain. There are different muscles and skeleton problems that patients suffer, but the commons ones include the following;
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament ( ACL) Reconstruction: this is knee surgery. The knee can rapture when engaging in sports or the case when the twist in the wrong way. During the procedure, the orthopedic doctor removes the worn out alignment and another tissue from the patient’s body or from a donor they make a new ACL.
- Spine Surgery: Spine injuries are very common, and it is critical that those with the problem consider surgery. The procedure helps the patient to reduce pain and be able to do their activities. During the surgery procedure, the medical experts join the spine bone together to reduce their movement.
Doctor Greg Finch is an orthopedic doctor with a vast knowledge in the orthopedic surgery procedures. Dr. Greg Finch mainly specializes in pediatric, trauma, and spine orthopedic procedures. Greg Finch is a qualified orthopedic surgeon, who can perform the following procedures; cervical spinal surgery, spinal fusion, lumbar spinal surgery, and anterior spinal fusion.
After his graduation he got his Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS), Dr. Finch got an opportunity to work with one of the best health specialist who deals with spine in the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom. In 1991 Greg Finch graduated from Auckland Medical School, and then he attended Royal College Surgeons Melbourne.