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Staying Active with Back Pain

July 30, 2014
Don't let a sore back stop you from doing what you enjoy. Dr. Stephen Hanks, spine surgeon, will discuss back injuries and common…
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2010 and Prior

TOI Docs in Haiti Helping Fix Broken Bones

January 29, 2010
Tucson Docs in Haiti Helping Fix Broken Bones - Nation Desperate for Medical Help, so TOI Docs Step Up.…
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Testimonials

Happy with my Outcome
"I would like to thank Dr. Russell G. Cohen and Sayda Fairfield, PA for my knee replacement. I had my left knee replaced on 1-30-13 and on 4-7-13 I walked down the Grand Canyon and back up on 4-9-13; just a little over 9 weeks after knee replacement. ..."
-  Dale L. ‚ Tucson
 

Distal radius fracture repair

A Distal Radius Fracture Repair is performed at Tucson Orthopaedic Institute to stabilize a fracture in the radius (larger of the two forearm bones) that occurs near the wrist. Once realigning the broken radius, a Elbow, Hand, & Shoulder surgeon positions a metal plate against the bone and anchors it with screws to stabilize the fracture. By clicking on the animation below, you will find more information about this procedure.