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Considering orthopedic surgery?

This is the premier educational website, written by orthopedic surgeons… for patients!

With procedure-specific narrated courses including notes, unique illustrations and animated videos, you can learn the most up-to-date, reliable, evidence-based information on the web about your upcoming or planned orthopedic procedure.

And best of all… it’s FREE!!

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Procedures Covered

Covered procedures include:

  • Knee Replacement
  • Hip Replacement
  • ACL Reconstruction
  • Knee Arthroscopy
  • Spine Fusion
  • Shoulder Arthroscopy and more

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Some of the many features:

  • Narrated audio slide presentations
  • Written notes for clarification
  • Unique medical illustrations
  • Informative videos
  • Watch at your leisure
  • Mobile, tablet, & desktop friendly

How It Works

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What you will gain:

  • Better understanding of your procedure
  • Confidence in making a decision
  • Informed consent for surgery
  • Certificate of Completion, which can be emailed or printed for your surgeon or hospital

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Welcome to Surgication

Are you considering, or scheduled for elective orthopedic surgery? Wish you knew more about the procedure, risks, benefits and outcomes?

You need a surgical education, or… SURGICATION! These comprehensive, online presentations, or “courses,” are designed, written, and reviewed by board-certified orthopedic surgeons. Each single surgical procedure can be viewed in less than an hour, and provide you with the knowledge you need to make a truly informed consent for your orthopaedic surgery.

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Surgication News

A woman holding her painful knee Do I Really Need a Knee Replacement? - By Dr. Scott Tarantino -- My response to this question as an orthopedic surgeon is usually, “I don't know, do you?” This is not to be obnoxious, but to make… Read More
A man holding his painful knee Partial versus Total Knee Replacement - The time has come to proceed with replacement surgery on your arthritic knee. The only question now is “Do I do a partial knee replacement (PKR) or a total knee… Read More
A woman standing with her hands on her hips Total Hip Replacement: Anterior vs Posterior Approach? - Many patients considering hip replacement are asking whether the anterior approach is better than the posterior approach. Some are actually even demanding the anterior approach!! I assume this is because… Read More
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