This event is complete, Thank you! Knee Pain Is Something You Can Live Without Free and Open to the Public Dr. Miles will be holding a FREE Knee Pain Clinic, where he will discuss new and less invasive surgical technology. Event Details When: • Thursday, April 20th, 2017 • 6:00pm Where: Holiday Inn 1900 Hilltop […]
Come to a FREE Knee Pain Seminar with Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Schwartz Take Back Your Life! We are proud to introduce Navia, a robotics assisted partial knee replacement system now offered at Shasta Regional Medical Center. With precision of robotics in the surgeons hands, this new procedure provides an alternative to total knee replacement that […]
Shasta Otho welcomes Hip, Knee and Shoulder Surgeon, Dr. Troy Miles Shasta Ortho is excited to welcome Red Bluff native Dr. Miles as the group’s hip, knee and shoulder replacement surgeon specializing in arthritic and diseased joints. A former varsity athlete at Red Bluff High School, where he played football and soccer, Dr. Miles recently […]
New Patient Education Center Offers Patients In-Depth Info About Treatment & Technology Options Shasta Orthopaedics’ surgeons utilize a variety of FDA approved orthopaedic implants offered by reputable and trusted manufacturers. Implants are selected based on what is most appropriate for each patient, and what will ultimately yield the best results.
On March 24, Shasta Orthopaedics appeared on NorthState Health to talk about Sports Medicine. In this segement, Dr. Paul Schwartz discusses knee injuries and replacements, and offers some statistics on the occurences of knee injuries. To view additional segements from Shasta Ortho’s appearance on NorthState Health, please visit our YouTube Channel.
If you are considering a total knee replacement, the following article will provide insight into a new knee replacement technology available in Redding, California: Verilast. For anyone suffering from knee pain, a total knee replacement can offer a new life of mobility and freedom from years of pain. One of the biggest concerns of anyone […]
On April 16, 2003, John Lange, MD and Paul Schwartz, MD of Shasta Orthopaedics were the first in North America to perform a total knee replacement that combined both computer-guided and minimally invasive surgery.