Our patients are happy to share how minimally invasive surgery at EvergreenHealth got them back to the activities they love.
Osteoarthritis and degeneration had David considering a minimally invasive knee replacement. Then he found out he'd be a good candidate for a new procedure called a MAKOplasty®.Continue reading David's story >
Sophie’s life revolved around soccer..but an ACL tear during a game put her plans to play in college in jeopardy. Minimally invasive knee surgery repaired her ACL and got her back on the field.Continue reading Sophie's story >
Arthritis and avascular necrosis made Jen a candidate for hip replacement. But only 42, she would likely need another in 15-20 years. A new approach, ultrasound-guided cortisone injections, relieved the pain and delayed the need for hip replacement.Continue reading Jen's story >
Naomi had battled knee problems over the years, and a fall showed arthritis had taken a devastating toll on her right knee. A minimally invasive, computer-navigated total knee replacement got her back on her feet quicker than she could imagine.Continue reading Naomi's story >
There didn’t seem to be any answer for the back problems that had plagued Karyl Lee for years. But after having minimally invasive spine surgery at EvergreenHealth, she was back to work in her garden.
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Nina suffered from flat back syndrome, a complication of the scoliosis treatment she'd had as a teenager. But after minimally invasive surgery at EvergreenHealth, the pain is gone and everything is just easier.
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