Seaside Surgery Center

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  • Rotator cuff tears

    Rotator cuff tears can make the simplest of movements, like reaching for something on a shelf, excruciatingly painful. The shoulder is a complex joint with great range of motion. However, it is not a stable joint, which makes it vulnerable to problems. Because rotator cuff tendons are key to the healthy functioning of the shoulder… Read More

  • Ankle fusion

    Ankle fusion is a procedure performed to combat degenerative arthritis in the ankle. The surgery is sometimes referred to as arthrodesis. Most people suffering from degenerative arthritis in the ankle develop the condition as a result of an ankle fracture. This type of arthritis is known as “wear and tear” arthritis. In the same way… Read More

  • Hip replacement

    Hip replacement used to mean long scars, long recoveries and a long list of restricted activities. That was before the minimally invasive direct anterior approach was pioneered and the specialized Hana operating table was developed specifically for the procedure. Although fewer than 5% of the nation’s orthopedic surgeons employ this approach, Seaside Surgery Center’s hip specialists… Read More

  • Knee replacement

    Knee replacement is the last line of defense against osteoarthritis. It also serves as a solution to serious knee injuries that cannot be resolved with conservative treatments such as corticosteroid shots, bracing, physical therapy, and other measures. It is estimated that more than 700,000 knee replacements are performed each year across the nation. That number… Read More

  • Cubital tunnel syndrome

    Cubital tunnel syndrome involves a part of your elbow commonly referred to as the “funny bone,” but there is nothing funny about cubital tunnel syndrome! Have you ever awakened in the morning to find your hand is still “asleep”? You might be experiencing numbness or tingling in your arm; your pinky and ring fingers may be… Read More

  • Partial shoulder replacement

    Partial shoulder replacement may be an option if you are experiencing shoulder pain. If only one portion of your shoulder joint has cartilage damage, replacing only that portion may relieve your pain and restore your shoulder’s functionality. To understand partial shoulder replacement, let’s look at how the shoulder works. The shoulder joint is a ball and… Read More

  • Bunions

    Bunions are those unsightly bumps that form on the inside of your foot at your big toe joint. Many people think that bunions are a bony growth. That may be true for a few people, but for most of us, the bunion represents a dislocation of the big toe. It begins to deviate closer to… Read More

  • Hip fractures

    Hip fractures occur for a number of reasons and diagnosing one is not always as simple as you might think. Hip pain is the primary symptom of a fractured hip. However, that pain could be from an actual fracture, or pain from an injury, fall or condition that could potentially cause a fracture. Your physician… Read More

  • Knee injuries

    Knee injuries are, unfortunately, common in today’s world. People are remaining active into their 60s, 70s and beyond. While their spirits may be soaring, their joints may be sore! A sudden turn on the dance floor, a game-winning kick that over-extended a leg, even kneeling in the garden − all are activities and movements that… Read More

  • Biceps tendon tears

    Biceps tendon tears affect an area of our bodies long given to romanticism. They’ve been nicknamed “guns,” “pipes,” and “pythons.” They’re why Popeye eats his spinach. They’re where macho men sport elegant, flowery tattoos proclaiming their devotion to “Mom.” Rosie the Riveter rolled up her sleeve and became the nation’s wartime heroine with hers. They’re… Read More