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Orthopedic Excellence Dr. Eric Seth Millstein, a Beverly Hills board certified orthopedic surgeon, is a leading expert in advanced arthroscopic techniques for knee and shoulder surgery.
While Dr. Millstein specializes in surgical reconstruction and repair of orthopedic injuries, he emphasizes a thorough evaluation of all treatment options when developing individualized treatment plans for his patients. Learn more about Dr. Millstein.
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Surgeries to repair the ACL are very common in the United States. Generally, most ACL reconstruction surgeries are successful. However, not all ACL surgeries are successful the first time. It is fairly common for an ACL to retear under certain circumstances. If the primary reconstruction has complications or a retear occurs, you may require revision ACL surgery. Revision ACL surgery Continue Reading
An aged athlete who refuses to give up, I suffered a knee injury that proved to be a turn meniscus. After consulting with friends who’d had bad experiences with other orthopods who, though good doctors, forced them to wait for hours and in general didn’t seem to care, I found Dr. Millstein. On my three visits to Dr. Millstein’s office, Continue Reading
Recently, two Belgian orthopedic surgeons, Dr. Steven Claes and Dr. Johan Bellemans, published a paper describing the location and function of a previously unknown body part: the anterolateral ligament (ALL). The structure is located on the outside of the knee, and attaches the femur (thighbone) to the tibia (shinbone). Though other doctors have seen the structure during surgery and dissections Continue Reading
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