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Depending on the extent of your injury, you may need a more invasive operation. We provide a variety of helpful procedures using our advanced surgical methods.

Anterior Approach Hip Replacement
Anterior Approach Hip Replacement

Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement Surgery A total hip replacement is a type of joint replacement surgery. Replacing your hip joint with an artificial one to decrease pain while increasing mobility. In the medical field it is called total hip arthroplasty. An orthopedic surgeon can do these procedures from behind the hip, to the side of the hip, or from in front of the hip. Total hip replacement with anterior approach refers to surgeries done from in front of the hip. These surgeries may also be called mini, modified, minimally invasive, or muscle-sparing surgeries.  Dr. Greiner of Greiner Orthopedics is one…

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Robitics-Assisted Knee Replacement
Robitics-Assisted Knee Replacement

NAVIO◊ Robotics-assisted Surgical System Greiner Orthopedics offer robotic-assisted knee replacement for patients with severe osteoarthritis that causes serious pain and issues with movement. The NAVIO system is an advancement in the way our orthopedic surgeons perform partial knee replacement. The system works in conjunction with our surgeon's skilled hands to achieve the precise positioning of the knee implant based on each patient's unique anatomy.   [sncontent article="sn-navio-surgical-system"]

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Orthopedic and Sports Medicine
Orthopedic and Sports Medicine

Orthopedic Treatment for Sports Injuries Greiner Orthopedics provides orthopedic as well as non-surgical treatment for sports injuries at St. Mary's Medical  & Ambulatory Surgery Center in Blue Springs, MO as well as MISH in Lenexa, KS. Dr. Greiner provides comprehensive care for conditions involving the hand, wrist, arm & shoulder as well as for the ankle, knee and hip. Our first goal is to helping our patients avoid surgery by utilizing regenerative medicine and non-surgical techniques when possible.  Whenever surgery can't be avoided, we create a plan of care using an evidence-based approach for the proper treatment of our patients. …

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Fracture Care
Fracture Care

Orthopedic Fracture Care If you think you may have fractured a bone, your first stop should be to a orthopedic specialist. Walk-in services are conveniently available at our Orthopedic Clinic. About Fractures A fracture is any break in the surface of the bone or cartilage while often including damage to the surrounding soft tissue. A fracture occurs when force applied to the bone is greater than the strength of that bone. This is typically caused by accidents or injuries.  However, there are other conditions such as osteoporosis that can make the bone prone to breaking. Sprains can sometimes include a…

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Foot and Ankle
Foot and Ankle

The human foot is a very complex structure divided into three sections containing 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 ligaments and muscles working together to achieve a unique flexible structure. The three sections are: The forefoot, comprised of five toes (phalanges) and five longer bones (metatarsals). The midfoot, comprised of three cuneiform bones, the cuboid bone, and the navicular bone. This section of the foot forms the arches in your feet. The hindfoot is the section that includes the heel and ankle. The talus bone sits between the heal (calcaneus) and supports the leg bones (tibia and fibula).…

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Hand, Wrist and Elbow
Hand, Wrist and Elbow

If you have a hand, wrist or elbow injury or chronic condition, it can severely affect your ability to function — from working to enjoying recreational activities to doing simple tasks like brushing your teeth. This can affect your ability to make a living, and Greiner Orthopedics can help you recover faster and with less pain. Less pain and faster recovery: Dr. Greiner and the staff at Greiner Orthopedics use the latest techniques and technology when treating hands, wrists, and elbow injuries offering minimally invasive procedures whenever possible. The latest surgical innovations help to reduce recovery time, your pain as…

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Arthroscopic Surgery
Arthroscopic Surgery

Minimally Invasive Arthroscopic Surgery Advances in medical technology have made many surgical procedures less invasive than ever. When orthopedic surgery is required, Greiner Orthopedics can perform minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery, when possible, to treat patients suffering from problems with their knees, hips, and other joints. Arthroscopy Surgical Procedure During the procedure, Dr. Greiner makes tiny incisions in the skin and inserts a small instrument with a miniature camera to view the inside of a joint. Dr. Greiner may then use specialized miniature tools to perform surgery without having to make a larger incision. Because arthroscopic surgery is minimally invasive, it…

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Orthopedic Spine, Back & Neck Care
Orthopedic Spine, Back & Neck Care

Stiffness and pain in the neck, spine and back can be anxiety or lifestyle related, caused by bad posture when working, watching TV or sleeping. Neck and spine pain may also be symptoms of a deeper condition. The orthopedic spine specialists at Greiner Orthopedics work collaboratively with our world-renowned neurosurgeons to treat all types of spine-related disorders, such as back and neck pain, spinal cord pinching, congenital disorders, degenerative ailments, injuries and much more. Our doctors use state-of-the-art diagnostic technologies, allowing us to build a targeted treatment plan unique to you. Our advanced diagnostics, surgical expertise and outstanding orthopedic rehab…

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Pediatric Orthopedics
Pediatric Orthopedics

Greiner Orthopedics strive to bring subspecialized inpatient and outpatient care to children of all ages. A pediatric orthopedic physician is the best-trained and most-experienced doctor to evaluate and treat musculoskeletal issues and injuries in a child that is still growing. Dr. Greiner treats patients congenital and up. Our outpatient clinic provides on-site radiology examinations, casting services, bracing, minimally invasive o arthroscopic surgery, and major invasive surgery when needed in treating our patients. Treating Growing Bodies There’s nothing worse than seeing your child in pain. Growing bodies and bones sometimes just don’t work well together. From major bumps, fractures, broken bones…

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