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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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Recently, a Finnish study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has suggested that meniscus tear surgery only helps certain patients, and in some cases doing nothing at all is as effective as surgery. At 700,000 operations per year, meniscus tear surgery is the most common orthopedic procedure performed in the United States. The meniscus is a c-shaped piece Continue Reading
When examining a patient who fails his or her first ACL reconstruction, it is important to determine if the cause of failure could be malalignment of the knee joint. Patients who have a varus deformity, also known as “bowlegged,” are more likely to have failure of ACL reconstruction. Due to an imbalance of forces, the inside of the knee has Continue Reading
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
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