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Procedures Overview

Surgication offers 17-49 minute presentations (“courses”) with illustration/graphics, text content and narrated auto-play audio in a user-friendly format. Be sure to READ about browser support for auto-play!

Below are the procedures currently available on Surgication.com. Note that all surgical cases are unique and that our programs are general in nature. Speak to your doctor about the details of your specific situation!! Surgication is not a substitute for these conversations.

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Knee Arthroscopy – ACL Reconstruction: Knee arthroscopy may relieve painful symptoms of a torn anterior cruciate ligament or ACL. This 39-minute presentation addresses diagnosis, symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following ACL Reconstruction surgery.

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Shoulder Arthroscopy – Rotator Cuff Repair: A torn rotator cuff may require arthroscopic shoulder surgery to repair the tear. This 18-minute presentation addresses diagnosis and symptoms, benefits and risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following this surgical procedure.

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Lumbar Laminectomy:  Also known as decompression surgery, this procedure is generally performed to enlarge your spinal canal and relieve pressure from problematic bone, ligaments and bone spurs. This 23-minute presentation addresses diagnosis, symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following Lumbar Laminectomy.

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Shoulder Arthroscopy – Distal Clavicle Excision:  This minimally-invasive procedure is designed to remove the end of the clavicle at the shoulder joint, decompressing the joint and relieving pain while improving range of motion. This 17-minute presentation addresses diagnosis, symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following Shoulder Arthroscopy surgery.

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Knee Arthroscopy – Meniscus Tears:  Painful symptoms of a meniscal tear sometimes require Knee Arthroscopy. Learn more about this procedure, diagnosis and symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following Knee Arthroscopy surgery for the repair of a torn meniscus in this 32-minute presentation.

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Lumbar Microdiscectomy:  This procedure can be effective for relieving numbness/weakness, leg pain and other neurological conditions. This 22-minute presentation addresses diagnosis, symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following Lumbar Microdiscectomy (or microdecompression) surgery.

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Knee Arthroscopy – Microfracture:  A common procedure for treating damage to articular cartilage and osteochondral defects is Microfracture. Learn more about this procedure, diagnosis and symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following Knee Arthroscopy surgery in this 22-minute presentation.

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Posterior Lumbar Spinal Fusion: This procedure is designed to address vertebrae pain by “fusing” the small bones of the vertebrae to initiate healing. This 31-minute presentation covers the procedure, diagnosis and symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following surgery.

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Knee Arthroscopy – Loose Body:  Knee arthroscopy may be required to relieve pain and symptoms of small fragments of bone or cartilage, known as “loose bodies.” These fragments can cause damage to the surfaces and tissues surrounding the knee joint. Learn more about this procedure, diagnosis and symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following Knee Arthroscopy surgery in this 19-minute presentation.

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Total Hip Replacement: Total Hip Replacement (THR) surgery is generally considered a viable option if everyday activities become difficult or cause hip pain and medication is insufficient. This 49-minute presentation covers the procedure, diagnosis and symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following Total Hip Replacement surgery.

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Total Knee Replacement:  Damage to the knee can be caused by injury or by medical conditions such as infection, gout, arthritis. If you’ve tried non-surgical methods, or if you’d like to look into the options, you’ve come to the right place. Learn more about Total Knee Replacement (TKR), diagnosis and symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following surgery in this 40-minute presentation.

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Total Shoulder Replacement: Total Shoulder Replacement, or TSR is sometimes recommended when arthritis or injury damage cannot be resolved using non-surgical methods. This 24-minute presentation covers the options, procedure, diagnosis and symptoms, benefits, risks, anticipated outcomes, and what to expect following Total Shoulder Replacement surgery.

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Carpal Tunnel Release (Open vs Endoscopic) – Coming Soon!