Orthopedic Surgery | DrBurke

Robotic-Surgery

Robotic Surgery

Robotic Surgery is changing the way surgeons perform partial knee replacement. To aid the surgeon in accurate implant placement, a robotic-assisted handheld instrument is used to perform the procedure according the surgeon defined plan.

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Hip-Surgery

Hip Surgery

The hip joint is responsible for supporting much of the body’s weight while standing or walking, and is important to maintaining balance. Besides osteoarthrosis, there are other common hip disorders that require surgery other than hip replacement.

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Hand-Surgery

Hand Surgery

Our hands may be our greatest tools in our daily lives. We all take our hands for granted until there is pain or limited use. Injury, tendinitis, nerve compression, or arthritis may cause pain, numbness, limited motion, or deformity.

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Wrist-Surgery

Wrist Surgery

The wrist is a complex joint comprised of eight small carpal bones and multiple ligaments. The small bones and ligaments of the wrist can make the diagnosis of wrist injuries difficult. Accurate diagnosis of a wrist injury requires surgeon experience as well as multiple imaging modalities, including x-ray, CT scan, and MRI.

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Knee-Surgery

Knee Surgery

The term meniscus refers to one of two crescent-shaped cartilages in the knee. Tears of the meniscus are common and can often cause knee problems. The symptoms from a meniscus tear can start gradually or suddenly. Symptoms include pain, loss of motion, clicking, catching or locking of the knee.

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Foot-and-Ankle-Surgery

Foot and Ankle Surgery

Due to both trauma and the wear and tear of life, the foot and ankle joints may develop debilitating arthritic pain. Conservative treatments include: immobilization, orthotics and steroid injections.

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Elbow-Surgery

Elbow Surgery

The elbow is a uniquely important joint, cycling one million times per year, allowing us to position our hands for work, wash our faces, and tie our shoes. Unfortunately, injury will cause pain, limited motion, and weakness.

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