What is an orthopedic procedure? Orthopedic procedures are performed on the musculoskeletal part of the body. This includes not only the bones, but the attached parts such as joints and ligaments. Here are the most common orthopedic procedures.
One is bone fusion. This is a process to fuse bones together that have been broken or cracked. Grafts are used for this procedure. Then there is the repair of soft tissue. Ligaments and tendons that have been ripped can be repaired using this procedure. A third common orthopedic procedure is the repair of bone fracture. When bones have been fractured, they can be put back into place using metal parts such as screws.
Greg Finch is a well respected orthopedic surgeon from Australia. He works at the Royal Austalasian College of Surgeons, where he is an orthopaedic surgeon. He specializes in spine surgery, a type of orthopedic surgery that fuses the spine together. He is also very interested in spine surgery that is minimally invasive.
Greg Finch is also an orthopaedic spine surgeon at the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service. He is also an orthopaedic spine surgeon at the North American Spine Society, where he has worked for seven years. He is also a spine surgeon with the Australian Orthopaedic Association and the New Zealand Orthopaedic Association. In the past, Greg Finch has been a spine surgeon for Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (where he worked for six years), Royal Perth Hospital (where he worked for over five years), Shriners Hospital for Children, and he has been with the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Greg Finch has studied at the University of Auckland. There, he got his Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Medicine. He studied there for around five years. Greg Finch is also skilled in trauma surgery and spine surgery for kids.