On September 25, 2015, Dr. Gomberg gave a keynote address at IMUKA 2015, the Dutch Arthoplasty Congress, held in Maastricht Holland. The talk, entitled Digitalization in Arthroplasty (Joint Replacement), focused on the historical context and evolution of technology in arthroplasty. It covered the evolution, context, and economics of new innovations in joint replacement. Dr Gomberg spoke twice more at the IMUKA 2015 Conference. Other lectures focused on Robotics in Hip Replacement and New Methods in Decision Making for Joint Replacement.
The physicians of Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics announce the addition of Bruce Gomberg, MD, MA to the practice. Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics has several offices throughout the Seacoast. Click HERE for more information about Dr. Gomberg or to schedule an appointment. People in the Seacoast of New Hampshire in need of personalized knee or hip replacements have access to the first board-certified orthopedic surgeon in the state to perform them.
Recent literature demonstrates that one in five patients are not satisfied with their traditional total knee replacement. In traditional knee replacement surgery, the surgeon selects an “off-the-shelf” implant from a range of standard fixed sizes, and then has to make the necessary adjustments to fit the implant to the patient during the procedure. It’s like going to the shoe store and choosing a pair of shoes.
Dr. Gomberg is the first surgeon in New Hampshire to implant new, custom knee replacements developed by ConforMIS. This system does something that no other knee replacement company does – design and manufacture a full line of customized knee implants. No two are alike. These knee implants are individually sized and shaped to fit to each patient’s unique anatomy, offering advantages not achievable with “off-the-shelf” knee implants.
Dr. Gomberg has now performed a series of both PARTIAL and TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENTS using this cutting edge technology. Call to see if it’s the right procedure for you.
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 replacements. Partial knee implants have been shown to perform better with minimal invasive techniques and much shorter post-operative rehab. Partial knee patients are much more likely to report that their new knee feels normal. In the right patient, a partial knee replacement can stop the progression of arthritis to other parts of the knee.