Spinal and Orthopedic Surgeons: Exceptional people; extraordinary work
According to the North American Spine Society, four out of five adults will suffer significant back pain during their life. Spinal disorders also often affect various other parts of the body, notably the neck, arms, feet and torso. Injuries and difficulties in these areas are often found to be related to a neurological problem, whether a symptom or a cause.
As you read this, great surgeons are performing extraordinary work routinely, with skill and dedication, in the area of Spinal and Orthopedic surgery. These surgeons are at the cutting edge of medicine, intent on freeing sufferers from pain and restoring them to as normal and active a life as quickly as possible. They know how debilitating a life with pain is and they want to help you reach your full physical potential as efficiently as they can with the minimum of discomfort and 'down time'.
One of the main things that cutting edge spine surgeons focus on to solve these problems is minimally invasive treatment - with their goal being that patients will walk out of their office pain-free. Using the very latest in research, technology and treatment, they have changed the lives of grateful Americans who are now living without pain, due to their dedication, expertise and care. The majority of treatments have a 95% success rate or higher, and many clients go home on the same day as the procedure. Also, as many advanced treatments mean muscle or tissue need not be cut, healing and recovery is much faster than with traditional open back surgery.
Traditional orthopedic procedures can require long periods of recuperation and can result in unsightly scarring, but the most advanced and least invasive techniques result in faster recovery and far less scarring or bruising.
Successful Spinal and Orthopedic surgeons recognize that practices will change and they are required to constantly learn, change and grow, utilizing new ideas and treatments. Surgeons in these areas will have typically have gone through at least 13 -14 years of study, exams and residency experience to gain the necessary experience to be considered qualified to work in these rarefied surgical areas.
Bariatric Surgeons: Making America Healthier
More Americans than ever are now able to confront their health challenges and embark on sustainable, effective weight loss programs that improve their lives, thanks to the outstanding work of bariatric surgeons.
The risks to our health from weight-related issues have never been greater. Excess weight needs to be addressed to reduce the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, stroke, gastroesophageal reflux disease, high blood pressure or severe sleep apnea. If you face one of these issues and your body mass index is 35 or over (i.e. you are considered to have obesity) then you may well qualify for weight-loss surgery and should seriously consider doing so.
Gastric bypass is the best known and one of the most common forms of bariatric surgery, but there are numerous surgical methods employed to assist people to lose weight as part of a lifestyle change. They are usually lengthy but these days generally performed laparoscopically, using only the tiniest of incisions to make recovery faster and shorter.
Bariatric surgery to alter the digestive tract brings long-term benefit to body weight by identifying the mechanisms and changing how they work. Surgeons are constantly moving towards more "knifeless" procedures, ensuring quicker recovery time and less discomfort for the patient. It is a constantly evolving science and surgeons are one of the most challenged and accomplished to ensure they remain informed and practiced on all the latest methods and approaches – of which there are many!
The specifics of which approach is required will depend on your individual situation, the type of weight-loss you require, and will be reviewed upon consultation with your bariatric surgeon. Every type has pros and cons, so you are in the hands of your specialists, and the good news is that those are very safe hands indeed. Nowhere will you find better surgeons for bariatric procedures than the United States, who can also boast the most advanced technology for their treatments thanks to the exceptional high-tech, well-equipped hospitals and facilities at hand. From initial consultation to post-surgical recovery, your surgeon is at hand to advise and counsel on what you can expect and how to make the impact of your treatment as successful as possible.
Vision Correction Surgeons: Sight for sore eyes
If you need vision corrective surgery, the options can appear extensive and intimidating. LASIK (Laser In Situ Keratomileusis), wavefront-guided LASIK and Epi-Lasik, PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) and LASEK (Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis)... the terms alone can be disconcertingly confusing.
The best advice is to seek a qualified, accredited and experienced expert in the field who can take you through your options. Your treatment should be individually tailored to address the specific problem and your personal situation. As science has revealed more about our eyes, the scope of sight issues that can be corrected has increased dramatically. Advances in technology have also had a significant impact on improving the vision of sufferers of short-sightedness, long-sightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. Modern surgeons have more tools at their disposal than ever before and are better trained to literally make America see better than ever before. It's plain to see, our corrective vision surgeons are among the most highly qualified and experienced in the world, with outstanding personal skills that always put the patient at their ease.
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