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"Steven Struhl, MD's Ground Breaking AC Joint Separation Surgical Procedure receives U.S. Patent"(January 19, 2013)
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 19, 2013
New Yorks Steven Struhl, MD, is the leading shoulder specialist for providing optimal care and repair with his complete patented AC Joint Separation surgical procedure.
An injury extremely common in various sports, grade 3 or greater ACJ separations - when addressed promptly - can be reconstructed and repaired quickly and effectively through Struhls breakthrough surgical process.
Dr. Struhl was one of many doctors disappointed with the results from standard ACJ procedures, as there was always too much stress placed on the damaged area for regular surgical methods. Once Struhl saw the allure of closed loop technology, he realized how natural this technology would adjust to the issue of AC joint dislocations.
Steven Struhls new process, known as Double Endobutton Technique for Repair of Complete Acromioclavicular Joint Dislocation was successfully fashioned over several cases in 2002. Since then, he has performed numerous surgeries touting impressive results that have injured athletes filling his offices.
The process involves one small incision in the area of the clavicle, which allows this strategic surgery to be accomplished. This small incision, minutely exposes the clavicle, but is large enough to allow microscopic drilling in order to attach the two small plates (endobuttons). These two small plates are then carefully connected by a closed suture loop which is truly knotless, thereby eliminating the possibility of knot slippage or breakage, which traditionally has compromised surgical results. This allows for the damaged joint to have a more stable construct, leading to a reliable and consistent outcome.
Board Certified for Sports Medicine, Struhl is also a published author, and a Clinical Instructor of Orthopedic Surgery for the New York University Medical School. He also devotes himself to the residency program at the Hospital for Joint Diseases as an active associate in their teaching services department.
Since 1991, Steven Struhl, MD has been a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon who opened his private practice in 1998. Around this time, Steven Struhl had the pleasure of serving in the U.S. open tennis tournament, located in New York, as a medical consultant during both 1998 and 1999.
Athletes worldwide have sought out Steven Struhl, MD as their trusted and preferred, shoulder and knee specialist. Patients attest to his professional and friendly nature, accessibility during and after the treaments and rave about his bedside manner, while standing behind his patented AC joint procedure.
Struhls recognized patented AC Joint Seperation procedure has athletes able to return to their active lifestyles quickly and successfully, where previous treatments offered less astounding results.
With office locations in both New York and Westchester, Dr. Struhl is able to welcome new patients looking to experience a safe effective procedure that will transport them back into their active lifestyles quickly.
For further information, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Steven Struhl, you may contact him through his New York office (212) 207-1990 or his Westchester office (914) 328-4111.
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