Category Archives: Surgery

Spine Care, Surgery | May 13, 2019

Cutting Edge Surgery Leads to Shorter Recovery

Suffering from chronic pain in the knee is painful enough, but then to think about the pain one would suffer after a surgery for knee replacement has some people hesitant to take that step. Just the worries of what could happen and the pain one might be in stop many…

Surgery | Jun 5, 2019

Is Minimally Invasive Surgery Right For Me?

It’s no wonder with the advanced research in technology that medical professionals have developed a minimally invasive approach to surgery. This procedure has made sports medicine, joint replacements, and other arthroscopic repairs that much safer and less invasive than that of the traditional approaches.

Surgery | Jul 1, 2019

When It Comes To Spinal Laser Surgery, AICA Orthopedics Is The Perfect Fit For You

How does walking out of an operating room pain free, with just a small bandage sound? Something out of a science fiction novel? Think again! It may sound too good to be true but its not, spinal laser surgery in Atlanta is a new cutting edge procedure that is changing…

Common Types of Orthopedic Surgeries | AICA Orthopedics

Surgery | Jul 29, 2019

Common Types of Orthopedic Surgeries

Orthopedic specialists perform surgeries on the musculoskeletal system, which is composed of bones, muscles, ligaments, joints, and tendons. Operations range from traditional procedures to minimally invasive, which allows for quicker recovery.

Surger and Diabetes: What You Need To Know | AICA Orthopedics

Surgery | Aug 23, 2019

Surger and Diabetes: What You Need To Know

When having surgery, there are many factors that can complicate the procedure. If in need of orthopedic surgery, our Atlanta orthopedic surgeons will discuss with you all of the complex issues that may arise due to other medical conditions. Diabetes is a condition that needs to be monitored closely during…

What Is the Success Rate for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery?

Surgery | Oct 2, 2019

What Are the Most Common Orthopedic Surgeries?

There are many different orthopedic surgeries that surgeons perform. These surgeries address different parts of the body, and while they are still invasive procedures, many are very routine. Some are even now minimally invasive thanks to improvements in technology. Your orthopedic doctor will help you understand the specific surgery you…

Is Laser Surgery Necessary? | AICA Orthopedics

Spine Care, Surgery | Oct 11, 2019

Is Laser Surgery Necessary?

When thinking of laser surgery, many may think of futuristic space-age technology with laser beams, but that isn’t exactly how it all works. Lasers are used in the operating room, however, not in the way many may think.

Top 10 FAQs Orthopedic Surgeons Hear – Answered! | AICA Orthopedics

Surgery | Nov 20, 2019

Top 10 FAQs Orthopedic Surgeons Hear – Answered!

If you’re considering consulting with an orthopedic surgeon for the pain in your bones and joints, you likely already have a long list of questions to ask. Orthopedic surgery can restore your mobility and reduce or eliminate pain, but as with any surgery, it’s not something you want to go…

Is Orthopedic Surgery Covered By Insurance? | AICA Orthopedics

Surgery | Jan 8, 2020

Is Orthopedic Surgery Covered By Insurance?

After an injury, when noninvasive procedures haven’t or can’t yield the desired results, it may be necessary to undergo orthopedic surgery to fully correct the problem. If your course of treatment is surgery, then it is essential that you have all the information upfront and organized. One question many patients…

What Is the Success Rate for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Spine Care, Surgery | Aug 21, 2020

What Is the Success Rate for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery?

When suffering from an injury or chronic pain, most doctors will tell you that surgery is a last resort to be explored after all other solutions. This can be especially true when the injury is related to your spine, as it’s a small and delicate area. But in recent years,…

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