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Dear Dr Ganjianpour, thank you for performing my hip replacement surgery. I am very grateful to you. Because of you, I am able to do everything that I want with no more pain.

You are an unbelievable surgeon; you gave me my life back. Thank you for my shoulder surgery and fixing my torn rotator cuff.

I cannot begin to tell you how lucky I am that I was referred to you by my friend. Because of that you were able to make me better with no surgery, good physical therapy regimen and recommendations
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Minimally Invasive Surgery

Unlike traditional open surgery, which requires a long incision, minimally invasive procedures are performed through one or more short incisions. For most patients, this leads to significantly less postoperative pain, a shorter hospital stay, faster recovery and, in some cases, a better overall outcome. Minimally invasive surgery may also allow more people — some of whom might not be candidates for open surgery — to undergo surgical repair.

In open surgery — the traditional way of performing an operation — surgeons make long cuts through skin, muscle and sometimes bone. Recovery from this type of traditional surgery can be painful and slow. Some patients may not resume their normal routine for months.

Thanks to the advances of modern medicine, minimally invasive joint replacement procedures are performed through short three to five inch incisions, with much less trauma to the body.

The number and size of incisions depends on the type of surgery — and to some extent, on your surgeon — but the trend is to use fewer and shorter incisions. In such cases, patients require only a one or two day hospital stay and heal more cosmetically.

Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement Surgery


Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement Surgery