Dr. Greg Finch Distinguishes Invasive and Non-Invasive Orthopedic Surgeries for Patients

Orthopedic Surgery consists of the treatment involving the musculoskeletal system of a patient. Orthopedic surgeons use both invasive and non-invasive surgeries to treat the musculoskeletal system which can be the result of a person’s age, an injury, or diseases.

More common are joint replacement surgeries which are due to a person’s age. They are mostly associated with elderly patients with lack of bone strength which requires invasive surgery. With joint replacements, a person typically has severe pain in their knee or hip, which is caused by arthritis or degenerative bone structure. Degenerative diseases are the result of cell changes within a person’s body, which affects various tissues and organs that deteriorate as a patient ages. A contributing factor for this disease can also be highly inactive physical lives.

Non-invasive surgeries are commonly used for patients who have not sustained trauma, but they’re experiencing pain within their joint. The most common surgery is arthroscopy of the knee. This type of surgery is completed on two million patients each year. Because the surgery requires only a small incision of the treated area; patients are able to recover much more quickly.

Dr. Greg Finch is a highly-trained and skilled surgeon with specialties related to cervical spine. He is known as a leading expert in invasive spinal surgery. Dr. Greg Finch has performed surgeries related to reconstruction and spinal revision. His knowledge and skill for spinal decompression, spinal stenosis and disc herniation is exceptional.

In addition to performing surgeries, Dr. Greg Finch has taken part in research throughout the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom, with some of the world’s most-prominent surgeons known. He is a partner of the Spine Society of Australian (SSA). The SSA provides the facilitation of innovative ideas and research pertaining to spinal health for exceedingly qualified surgeons such as Dr. Greg Finch.