Orthopedic surgery, which targets musculoskeletal system disorders and injuries, is always a welcome reprieve when correctly executed by certified professionals such as Greg Finch; a multitalented and skilled Australian doctor who specializes in orthopedic surgery. Some of the commonest orthopedic procedures they conduct include total joint or shoulder replacement, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and spine surgery. They also perform osteotomy and bone fracture reconstruction and repair.
Greg Finch’s Career Background
Greg Finch has a stellar career in orthopedic surgery that covers three continents: North America, Europe and Australia. He successfully worked in the United States as a pediatric orthopedic and spine surgeon at Shriners Hospitals for Children before moving to the United Kingdom to work as a spine surgeon at Royal Orthopedic Hospital in Birmingham between 2000 and 2002. He moved to Australia where he has worked as an orthopedic spine surgeon in various hospitals including Royal Perth Hospital and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. He is currently working Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Services and Sunshine Coast Private Hospital as an orthopedic spine surgeon. Greg Finch is a member of several orthopedic associations including New Zealand Orthopedic Association and Australian Orthopedic Association in addition to his members at North American Spine Society.
Greg Finch’s skills in minimally invasive orthopedic surgery are not only built through years of experience working at some of the largest health facilities in three continents; he also has a strong academic background. Between 1986 and 1991, he studied for his Bachelor of Medicine degree at the University of Auckland. He also graduated with a Bachelor of Surgery degree from the university during the same period. He later enrolled at the Royal Australisian College of Surgeons to study orthopedic surgery. Other than orthopedics, Greg Finch also has specialized skills in cervical, spinal tumor and trauma surgeries. He is also good in robotic and image guided surgeries.