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Questions for Orthopedic Surgery

As our bodies get older our muscles and joints become more worn, especially if we have spent a lot of time playing sports. Sometimes these parts of our musculoskeletal system break or tear, requiring orthopedic surgery by a skilled surgeon. Looking for a surgeon or making a decision to have surgery must be carefully planned out by you and your surgeon. These are some questions to consider asking your surgeon.

  • Would you recommend surgery?
    If problems with a certain muscle or joint become symptomatic, most orthopedic doctors will recommend surgery. A good example of this is a meniscus tear, which occurs when the cartilage around the knee becomes torn, usually by playing sports. Minor tears may not initially require surgery, but over time the condition will worsen until the patient may not be able to move their joint at all. Before deciding on surgery, discuss other possible options.

  • What type of surgery would I need?
    In modern medicine, there are many ways to heal painful shoulders, backs, legs and hips. In some cases, a minimally invasive arthroscopy procedure, which involves using an arthroscope, a small tube, to study the cartilage of a shoulder, hip or knee joint, may be all that is required. In other cases you may need major surgery, such as a hip replacement.

  • What is a hip resurfacing surgery?
    Hip resurface surgery has become a popular alternative to hip replacement surgery as it can be less invasive and painful. Your doctor can discuss the specifics, but basically hip resurface, instead of removing the hip bones, allows for your surgeon to place a metal cap over your bones. However, this procedure carries its own dangers and some surgeon limit potential candidates, such as small women, from having this surgery. As always, talk to your surgeon about your concerns.
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    Metrolina Orthopedic/Sports Medicine-Charlotte
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    Surgeons have been developing ways to correct spine curvature and other deformities since the late 18th century. There have been many advances in the field of orthopedic medicine in recent decades. Surgery has become more common. The success rate has also increased dramatically. People are able to live more comfortable lives as a result.

    Medical school graduates entering into the orthopedic field will complete a 5 year residency program before being allowed to diagnose and treat patients through surgery. Individuals experiencing chronic back or shoulder pain should consult a qualified doctor for a diagnosis. A surgical procedure may be needed to help ease the pain. You may need to have a bone resurfaced or replaced due to a fall. Damage to the spinal column from an accident may also require extensive treatment. Aching joints, torn ligaments or a Meniscus tear are typically treated with surgical procedures. Hip reconstruction or replacement as a result of a fall is also very common.

    It is rare for a professional athlete to have a career with out at least some type of sports injury. Knee or leg problems are often an issue. Broken bones can be held together with screws. Cartilage tears can be corrected. Physical therapy is almost always required following these types of procedures. People often need to re-learn to use their muscles normally and not just for sports. Everyday activities will have become more difficult as well. Your surgeon will have advice that will help you determine what type of additional care you will require once you leave the hospital.



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