Orthopedic Specialist- Dr. Greg Finch
Orthopedic surgery involves surgery of the musculoskeletal system. The orthopedic surgeons use non- surgical and surgical means to treat. Orthopedic surgery has been developing with the advancement of technology. The type of treatment experimented during war. In the ancient age, those injured were treated with bandages which were soaked in horse blood to form a stiff which was not hygienic. Medical researchers have been conducting various studies to improve the type of treatment. To qualify as an orthopedic surgeon, one has to undergo medical training which is usually four years at medical school and four years of undergraduate education.
To train as an orthopedic surgeon requires dedication and passion in the medical field as the sector is very competitive. Orthopedic surgeons train in various areas, but the top most orthopedic procedures include;
• Shoulder Scope, and bone shaving.
• Arthroscopy shoulder rotator cuff repair
• Arthroscopy knee debridement
• Tendon sheath incision
• Arthroscopy shoulder distal claviculectomy
• Arthroscopy shoulder surgery debridement extensive
Dr. Greg Finch is a medical doctor who has specialized in orthopedic surgery. Dr. Greg is a subspecialist in spinal surgery. He has a vast experience in the medical field, and he is keener on minimally invasive spine surgery, adult deformity, and cervical spine surgery including disk replacement.
After his High School graduation, Dr. Finch joined the University of Auckland and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine and Bachelor’s of Surgery Medicine. Greg Finch has worked with server l medical organizations including Shriners Hospital for Children where he served as a Pediatric orthopedic and spine surgeon, Royal Orthopedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as a spine surgeon. Other medical institutions where Greg Finch has served also include New Zealand Orthopedic Association, Royal Perth Hospital, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. Currently Greg Finch serves at Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Services, Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, and Northern American Spine Society.