Minimally invasive, maximum relief for spine and joint injuries
Florida Spine and Joint
Orthopedic Surgery and Advanced Arthroscopic Techniques
These noninvasive treatments are generally preferable because they can help you recover with minimal risks. However, some injuries and conditions are too severe for treatment with noninvasive methods. In these situations, you may need orthopedic surgery.
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Orthopedic surgery typically requires more recovery time than noninvasive treatments, but it produces results that can significantly improve your quality of life. At Florida Spine and Joint, we specialize in orthopedic surgeries using the latest minimally invasive techniques to help improve the quality of the procedure.
Minimizing the impact of the surgery helps reduce the chances of complications and can improve your recovery time. We are able to achieve this in many of our surgical treatments primarily with arthroscopic orthopedic surgery.
What Is Arthroscopic
Arthroscopic orthopedic surgery (also known as arthroscopy) is a form of orthopedic surgery done with a small tube (the arthroscope) with a camera on the end. The arthroscope gives your surgeons a direct visual of the operation area, which offers several advantages, including:
Less risk for complications
Less risk for infection
Quicker recovery time
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However, if your condition is serious enough, surgery may be recommended before any of these noninvasive treatments are considered. In the past, this would be alarming, but it is less of a concern today since orthopedic surgery methods have grown more minimally invasive and less risky.
When you visit one of our team members for a consultation, we will perform a thorough evaluation to determine if surgery is the best treatment. Our surgeons will examine your physical condition and review your medical history. Additionally, you may need to have an X-ray, CT scan or MRI scan for a complete diagnosis and treatment recommendation.
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Find out why many patients love us and recommend our surgeons. Contact us today to talk to one of our team members about orthopedic surgery or to schedule an appointment..