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Should You Consider Arthroscopic Shoulder Rotator Cuff Surgery?

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As surgical techniques have been refined, more and more surgeons and their patients are choosing the minimally invasive approach to shoulder cuff surgery.

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Joint Conversations With Peter Callander, MD

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Listen to Dr. Peter Callandar speak about osteoarthritis and joint pain.

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Surgeons investigate new shoulder replacement

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Orthopaedic surgeons at California Pacific Orthopaedics are leading a research study evaluating a new investigational device that may improve the outcomes for young, active patients who require shoulder replacement surgery. The device, called a “pyrocarbon humural head,” would be used when the patient does not opt to replace glenoid, or shoulder socket. “Younger, athletic patients […]

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Demystifying the Spine

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Join Dr. Mark Ignatius and Dr. Frank Valone for a lecture on conservative, interventional and operative solutions that can help preserve motion, quicken recovery and greatly benefit patients. Come learn ways to manage common spine disorders, including spinal injections, radiofrequency ablation, neuromodulation, spinal surgery, cervical disc replacement, minimally invasive surgeries and other non-fusion technologies. Wednesday, […]

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The Advantage of the Anterior Approach for Hip Replacement

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by Robert Mayle, M.D. The purpose of a hip replacement is to relieve pain and restore function. There are many different ways for your surgeon to access your hip joint (anterior, anterolateral, posterior). Many people argue that the anterior approach is superior to the posterior approach, because it is muscle sparing. I believe the anterior […]

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