This video presentation is designed to be easy to read and watch. It can be easily enlarged to fit full screen if you desire. You can choose from the menu of topics and educate yourself on your particular area of concern. We believe it is important to be knowledgeable and informed when you are consulting with a physician.
As a service to our clients, we are offering an animated series that discusses the nature of various types of surgeries and procedures specifically related to bones, tendons, muscles and ligaments in various parts of the body. We recommend that you take the time to go through the different topics in this series and acquaint yourself with the descriptions and explanations pertaining to your concern.
The series is visualized through our 3-D animated videos and a voiced narrative to guide you through each category.
OSSP Center looks for new, high tech and more convenient methods to treat patients and educate them at the same time so they can make better informed decisions. The video library is just one way to assist in this goal. We will constantly be updating the library to include views of the latest techniques and surgical procedures.
Arthroscopic meniscus repair is an outpatient surgical procedure to repair torn knee cartilage. The torn meniscus is repaired by a variety of minimally invasive techniques and requires postoperative protection to allow healing. Physical therapy is useful to regain full function of the knee, which occurs on average 4-5 months.
The elbow joint is complex. The elbow joint consists of three different bones (the humerus,
the radius, and the ulna) the ulnohumeral joint, the radiocapitellar joint, and the proximal radioulnar joint). The combination of elbow flexion and extension, as well as forearm rotation, allows for placement of the hand. This video will show you how surgery in this part of the anatomy works.
Tears of the rotator cuff of the shoulder are potentially painful and disabling conditions. Treatments for rotator cuff tears vary widely depending upon the severity of symptoms and signs. The person with a rotator cuff tear can have a sudden (acute/traumatic) or gradual (chronic) onset of shoulder pain with or without weakness.
These medical videos are brought to you by OSSP Center through ViewMedica media production. We make them available for your information and educational purposes. Feel free to click on any of the links and on this page or within the video window above and browse through the many different segments on orthopedic and medical surgeries. OSSP strives to bring you the most up to date information and knowledge, so that you can make the best decisions.