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Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair or Reconstruction
Surgery to replace a damaged anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) with a tendon, which is called a graft. The graft may come from your own knee or from a donor tendon.
Arthroscopic Claviculectomy, Mumford Procedures
Distal clavicle excision, also known as the Mumford Procedure, involves excising the lateral end of the clavicle to improve shoulder pain and discomfort.
Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
Rotator cuff repair is an arthroscopic procedure treating shoulder joint issues.
Arthroscopic S L A P Lesion Repair
Tears of the shoulder labrum near the biceps tendon are called SLAP lesions. The labrum may need to be trimmed or may need to be reattached to the top of the shoulder socket.
Arthroscopic Shoulder Debridement
A minimally invasive procedure to "clean out" (debride) the shoulder joint.
Arthroscopy Shoulder, Capsulorrhaphy
Capsulorrhaphy is a surgical procedure that repairs and tightens the shoulder capsule to increase the stability of the shoulder joint.
Biceps Tenodesis
Biceps tenodesis is a surgical procedure to treat inflammation or partial tears of the biceps tendon. The normal attachment of the tendon to the shoudler socket is cut and the tendon is reattached to the humerus bone.
Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Surgery
During carpal tunnel surgery, the surgeon cuts the tissue inside your wrist that is pressing on the median nerve. When done endoscopically, a small incision is made in the wrist and tiny surgical tools are used to cut the tissue.
Hip Joint Replacement, Bilateral
A surgical procedure to replace both hip joints, most often due to osteoarthritis. The affected joints are replaced with artificial joints typically made from plastic or metal.
Hip Joint Replacement, Unilateral
A surgical procedure to replace the hip joint, most often due to osteoarthritis. The affected joint is replaced with an artificial joint typically made from plastic or metal.
Knee Arthroscopy, Debridement/Shaving, Chondroplasty
A minimally invasive procedure to remove broken down bits of cartilage and tissue in the knee joint.
Knee Arthroscopy, Major Synovectomy Two or More Components
Synovium is the membrane that lines the knee. Arthroscopic synovectomy is perfomred to remove the inflamed joint tissue that is causing unacceptable pain or limited function of the knee. Major synovectomy involves surgery on two or more compartments of the knee.
Knee Arthroscopy, Removal of Foreign Body
A minimally invasive procedure to remove bits of bone, cartilage, or other tissue that may have broken free and are floating within the knee joint.
Knee Arthroscopy, Synovectomy
Synovium is the membrane that lines the knee. Arthroscopic synovectomy is performed to remove the inflamed joint tissue that is causing unacceptable pain or limited function of the knee.
Knee Joint Replacement, Bilateral
A surgical procedure to replace both knees, most often due to osteoarthritis. The affected joints are replaced with artificial joints typically made from plastic or metal.
Knee Joint Replacement, Unilateral
A surgical procedure to replace the knee joint, most often due to osteoarthritis. The affected joint is replaced with an artificial joint typically made from plastic or metal.
Medial and Lateral Meniscectomy
The two menisci in the knee are c-shaped areas of cartilage that act as shock absorbers. Either the lateral or the medial meniscus is repaired or removed in this type of surgery.
Medial or Lateral Meniscectomy
The two menisci in the knee are c-shaped areas of cartilage that act as shock absorbers. Either the lateral or the medial meniscus is repaired or removed in this type of surgery.
Open Carpal Tunnel Surgery
During carpal tunnel surgery, the surgeon cuts the tissue inside your wrist that is pressing on the median nerve. When done in an open procedure, a 2-inch incision is made in the wrist and common surgical instruments are used to cut the tissue.
Pectus Excavatum Nuss Procedure
The pectus nuss procedure is an orthopaedic surgery correcting a chest deformity most commonly found in children. The procedure involves a minimally invasive surgical repair of a patient's sunken chest wall by creating a more convex form to the patient's thoracic area.
Repair of Rotator Cuff Due To Chronic Musculotendinous, Open
A chronic shoulder rotator cuff injury caused by musculotendinous wear and tear. This is an open surgery involving a minimal incision where the surgeon will surgically repair the torn tendon and provide debridement if necessary.
Rotator Cuff Reconstruction Distal Clavicle Resection
Acromioplasty involves shaving away part of the shoulder bone and reattaching the torn or damaged tendon directly to the bone.
Shoulder Arthroscopy, Decompression of Subacromial Space
A minimally invasive procedure to relieve pain originating in the front part of the shoulder. Tears, bone spurs, inflamed bursa, or irregular tissue can be removed during surgery to facilitate normal shoulder movement.
Shoulder Arthroscopy, Rotator Cuff Repair
A minimally invasive procedure to repair or replace injured rotator cuff tendons and muscles in the shoulder.
Total Shoulder Replacement, Arthroplasty
Shoulder replacement surgery is a procedure to remove the damaged shoulder's ball and socket joint and replaced with artificial parts.
Virtual Rehabilitation For Joint Replacement
Virtual pre-habilitation and rehabilitation services. This program is meant for members who may be considering musculoskeletal surgery and is designed to complement Accarent's total health initiative. Members who sign up will have access to a care team member for 12 months of physical therapy both before and after the Accarent surgical procedure.
Virtual Rehabilitation For Shoulder Procedures
Virtual pre-habilitation and virtual rehabilitation services. This program is meant for members who may be considering shoulder surgery and is designed to complement Accarent's total health initiative. Members who sign up will have access to a care team member for 12 months of physical therapy both before and after the Accarent surgical procedure.