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Weekend Warrior Woes: Common Injuries of the Upper Extremities

March 9, 2015
Part of Northwest Medical Center's "A Healthier U a the Y" series.   Join Dr. Christopher Stevens, board-eligible…
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New Knee Replacement Technology

December 21, 2010
TUCSON - "A new form of knee replacement surgery is helping patients who may have otherwise lost hope of ever being pain free"; as shared…
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Testimonials

If I had to do it again - I would!
"I am a 45 year old white male. My scoliosis SHOULD have been detected at age 10 or around 4th grade. It did not appear to me until I was 32 years old. Due to my aversion to BACK SURGERY, I did nothing from 32-44 years old. My normal adult height was ..."
-  Tom Kirgid ‚ Tucson
 

Arthroscopic Debridement of the Elbow

Elbow surgery, or Arthroscopic Debridement of the Elbow, allows a physician to examine the cartilage, bones, ligaments, and tendons of the elbow for signs of damage or disorders. Using an arthroscope through a series of small incisions, a Tucson Orthopaedic Institute Elbow, Hand, & Shoulder surgeon can diagnose and repair bones spurs, and loose or damaged cartilage. For more details about this procedure, click on the animation below.