Orthopedic Surgery is the branch of surgery procedure that is concerned with conditions of the musculoskeletal system. There are surgical and non-surgical means used to treat musculoskeletal trauma, degenerative diseases, infections, tumors, spine diseases, sports injuries, and congenital disorders. There are many orthopedic procedures. The most common ones according to the applications of board certifications from 1999 to 2003 include knee arthroscopy and meniscectomy, carpal tunnel release, knee arthroscopy and chondroplasty, shoulder arthroscopy and decompression, and removal of support implant. Others include debridement of skin/muscle/bone/fracture, knee arthroscopy and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, knee replacement, repair of femoral neck fracture, and repair of the trochanteric fracture.
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure on a joint through the insertion of an endoscope to examine and treat. Types of arthroscopy include knee, meniscal tears, osteoarthritis, hip, shoulder, after surgery wrist, and the spine. Knee arthroscopy is usually done to reconstruct the anterior cruciate ligament knee replacement. It is a surgical procedure that involves replacing the weight-bearing surfaces of the knee joint so as to relieve pain and disability. It is performed to treat advanced osteoarthritis and other knee diseases including rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis. Gregory Finch is one of the specialists in the spine surgery.
Gregory Finch is an expert orthopedic surgeon at Sunshine Coast Spine. Finch spent two years working with world leaders in spine surgery in the USA, UK, and Germany after gaining the Fellow of the Royal Australasian College (FRACS) of surgeons awarded for successful doctors who have completed surgical training. Greg Finch has an interest in minimally invasive spine surgery, adult deformity, and cervical spine surgery including disc replacement. It is important to note that he has trained on all spinal surgery aspects. Gregory Finch holds Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Auckland. Gregory Finch is a member of the spine society Australia, the North American Spine Society, and a fellow of the Australian Orthopedic Association