March Case of The Month, Robotic Partial Knee Resurfacing
Each month, we like to highlight a case that might help other people who experience similar symptoms understand their surgical options.  Please consult with your doctor as this is not considered medical advice. This patient has agreed to share their story. *Names have been changed to protect their privacy. Knee Pain & Osteoarthritis Sharon* was
Robotic Surgery
Thursday, 18 March 2021 / Published in Robotic Surgery
Why Choose Robotic Surgery?
A major positive step in the world of surgery was made when a surgical robot was used about 25 years ago. The robot, called the PUMA 200, was used for needle placement in a CT-guided brain biopsy. Since then, the field of robotic surgery has grown in leaps and bounds.  Today, the precision offered by
Knee Anatomy 101
Our knees – we depend on them!  Whether it’s running, dancing, walking, or bending – our knees work hard for us on the daily. But many people fail to fully comprehend this magnificent joint of ours.  We’ve condensed decades of our knee knowledge into a few useful bits of information in this article.  You’re on
Dr. Tchejeyan
Tuesday, 02 March 2021 / Published in Dr Greg Tchejeyan
Meet Your Surgeon: Dr. Greg Tchejeyan
Dr. Greg Tchejeyan is more than a Board-Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon. He’s a family man, an eagle scout, and a German Shepherd Schutzhund trainer.  He’s a long-range sport fisherman, an outdoor enthusiast, and a 5-time Ironman Triathlon Finisher.  But above all, Dr. Greg Tchejeyan is a man of great integrity and dedication, two qualities that have
When To Have Knee Surgery For Arthritis
The decision to have knee arthritis surgery is best made between you and your orthopedic surgeon, but when your knee pain begins to interfere with your everyday activities, it might be time for surgery. Knee Replacement Surgery is a routine surgery performed on more than 600,000 people worldwide each year. More than 90% of people
Knee Replacement Tchejeyan
Friday, 05 February 2021 / Published in Knee Replacements, Knee Surgery
Considering knee surgery?  We’ve debunked the top 10 myths about knee surgery so you can know the facts! MYTH #1: “Knee Replacement” means the removal of several inches from the end of the knee bones (femur and tibia) FALSE! The fact is, knee replacement removes 2-10 mm (that’s less than 1/2 inch) of the damaged