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Dr. Greg Finch’s Expertise Leads in Orthopedic Surgery for Patients Needs


Orthopedic surgeries involve the bone structure of a person’s body which will sometimes need correction due to an injury or some form of disease. Not all common orthopedic surgeries are considered highly invasive.


Injuries typically occur when a patient has twisted a joint within the body such as a knee which can cause torn ligaments or fractured bones. An orthopedic surgeon will need to repair the knee by using a non-invasive procedure known as an arthroscopy. The surgeon places a small incision to perform the surgery through an endoscope. This procedure also reduces a patient’s recover time substantially. An arthroscopic procedure will not be an invasive procedure, but the diagnosis and treatment will need the expertise of a skilled orthopedic.


Joint replacements are the most in-depth and the most invasive surgery a patient can undergo. Joint replacements are much more invasive and they are typically needed due to bone degeneration or arthritis. Those elements can be affected by age or an inactive lifestyle, but they’re typically associated with patients who are considered elderly.


Dr. Greg Finch is a leading orthopedic surgeon who has performed complex procedures such as spinal revision and reconstruction. He has a high level of expertise in performing invasive spine surgeries. Dr. Greg Finch received his qualifications and credentials from the Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS). He has completed research with some of the world’s most-leading orthopedic surgeons throughout the United States and internationally.


Dr. Greg Finch is a trusted member of the North American Spine Society (NASS). The organization assembles research and advocacy to bring forth the highest quality for the spinal care of patients. Additionally, Dr. Greg Finch is affiliated with several hospitals within the Western Australia region, namely Perth Royal Hospital, Sir Gaidner Charles Hospital, and the Shriners Children Hospital.