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  • THE OVERNIGHT KNEE REPLACEMENT - (603) 577-BONE

    Feb, 07 2014

    Dr. Bruce Gomberg of Granite State Orthopaedics is now accepting new patients for the Overnight Knee Replacement, a partial knee replacement in patients with arthritis confined to one part of the knee. Dr. Gomberg specializes in this type of knee reconstruction and has been a leader in partial knee…

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  • Dr. Gomberg joins Foundation Medical Partners

    Jul, 24 2013

    Dr. Gomberg joined Foundation Medical Partners at 17 Prospect Street, Nashua, NH. He's proud to join Drs. Robert Davis, Dave Hoang, Thomas Marks and Richard Straub. His focus continues to be knee and hip replacement, arthroscopic knee surgery, and fracture care. Dr. Gomberg's practice is accepting n…

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  • Partial knees may result in BETTER results all around

    Jul, 13 2012

    In a paper soon to be published in the Journal or Arthroplasty, the joint replacement group at New York's Columbia University Presbyterian Hospital demonstrated that, in short-term follow-up, patients who underwent partial knee replacement did better than those who underwent total knee replacement.…

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  • Dr. Gomberg meets with national TruMatch working group

    Mar, 31 2012

    Dr. Gomberg recently joined many of the nations leading knee replacement surgeons to discuss the future of patient-specific instrumentation and new directions in knee replacement technology. Given that each person’s knee is unique, the same instrumentation solution may not necessarily be right for e…

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  • Update on patellofemoral replacement

    Mar, 20 2012

    A recent paper by Dr. Mike Mont's group in Baltimore was one of the first to publish excellent medium-term results of patellofemoral arthroplasty (PFA), replacement of the back of the kneecap and the groove in which it glides on the end of the thigh bone. Their promising results over the first 7 yea…

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  • Total Knee Arthroplasty

    Dec, 15 2011

    Knee replacement surgery was first performed in 1968. Since then, improvements in surgical materials and techniques have greatly increased its effectiveness. Total knee replacements are one of the most successful procedures in all of medicine. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Qual…

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  • Patellofemoral Knee Replacement

    Aug, 10 2011

    Patellofemoral Knee Replacement works well in patients with arthritis isolated to the back side of the kneecap and the groove on the end of the thigh bone where it glides.…

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  • Unicompartmental (Uni) Knee Replacement

    Aug, 10 2011

    Medial (Inner) or Lateral (Outer) Unicompartmental Replacement (Uni Knee) is highly successful with a 10-year survival rate of greater than 95% in some studies and a 20-year survival rate of 92%!…

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  • Partial Knee Replacement

    Feb, 25 2010

     Until recently, a total knee replacement was the operation provided for painful knee arthritis. This operation replaced all mobile surfaces of the native knee with artificial, smooth articulating surfaces - whether they needed it or not! Now, the gold standard is to KEEP THE PARTS OF YOUR KNEE THA

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