Knee arthroscopy is the procedure that receives the highest volume of procedures. The procedure uses an arthroscope to take a thorough look at the knee joint. Only a tiny incision is needed to insert the little camera. Torn meniscus or a misaligned patella is one of the most common diagnosis from this operation.
Carpal tunnel release surgery is another common and critical operation. When the surgeon opens up the affected area, they will remove the transverse carpal ligament to take pressure off of the median nerve. This is the only option that patients have to have significant recovery from pain.
Greg Finch is one of the most qualified surgeons in Australia to perform these operations. He had been trained at the University of Auckland to perform non-invasive surgeries to treat a number of disorders. He also has had specialty training with spinal surgeries.
After Greg Finch had finished his education, he became associated with the New Zealand Orthopedic Association. He also began working as a surgeon for the Shriners Hospitals for Children. In 2002, he started doing work for the Royal Orthopedic Hospital , Royal Perth Hospital and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. His work with these organizations had been on a long-term basis.
Greg Finch had acquired as wide variety of skills during his very diverse medical career. He has received specific training and experience trauma surgery, spinal surgeries, treatment of adult deformities and disc replacements. His work with the Shriners has given him much insight with spinal deformities, scoliosis, and how to treat these disorders using spinal decompression.
Greg has remained affiliated with a number of private and public organizations. His primary gig is as an orthopedic spine surgeon for Sunshine Coast Hospital. He still remains on call for the Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. He also is connected to the Rockhampton Public Hospital.