Your anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, is one of the largest ligaments in your knee. ACL injuries require an expert’s attention, and a Bay Area sports medicine doctor could be the right fit.
New technologies are sparking innovations in practically every field of medicine, but how exactly will the advent of things like better mobile diagnostics and smarter drugs change the field of orthopedics and help patients? Prognostication is a notoriously tough game, but we’re going to take a chance at gazing into the crystal ball and looking at the future of orthopedic surgery:
Advancements in insurance and billing processes as well as customer relationship management will also guide and define the field of orthopedics. Patients may also soon be able to take advantage of developments in regeneration technology and biologics as well as new physical therapy practices focused on preventing painful conditions from arising in the first place.
If you need effective and experienced insight into your medical condition from an orthopedic doctor, please get in touch with Dr. Jeffrey Halbrecht at IASM today for a consultation. Give us a call at 415-923-0944.
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