The direct anterior approach requires an incision that is only 3-4 inches in length at the front of the hip. This safe and effective method does not detach any of the muscles or tendons
A less-invasive technique to knee surgery that requires a shorter incision which reduces postoperative pain and speeds recovery.
Using a tiny micro video camera, the arthroscope is inserted through a tiny incision in the shoulder. Our surgeon can use the images to diagnose the joint problem and to carry out appropriate surgery.
At Pacific Coast Orthopedics Institute, we specialize in operative and non-operative treatments for all of your orthopedic and sports medicine needs.