Joint Replacement Outcomes – Mark E. Gittins, D.O.


Oftentimes we see people that are coming back after they’ve endured, you know, years and years, and they go through and eventually have either the robotic procedure done or some type of replacement.

They routinely will tell us, “boy, I wish I wouldn’t have waited this long,” because now they are pain-free. They’re able to garden, hike, ride their bicycle, go bowling, go dancing, and it really does restore their life.

What Is Cervical Dystonia (Spasmodic Torticollis)?

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