Dr. Kevin Mansmann, a graduate of the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Surgery Program coupled with a Fellowship in Total Joint Replacements, has identified a treatment gap for end stage arthritis. Dr. Mansmann an Orthopaedic Surgeon at Premier Orthopaedics in Malvern and U.S Ski Team Physician for fifteen years, specializes in Arthroscopic & Total Joint Replacement surgery.
Just think about being able to peek directly into your injured joint through a little telescope and not only seeing what is wrong, but also being able to fix it! This is no futuristic dream: It’s what is being done today with arthroscopic surgery, one of the most common surgical procedures being performed in our nation. The arthroscope has revolutionized the field of orthopedic surgery, especially the care of sports and recreational injuries. Many of these injuries include the joints, or moving articulations, of the body such as the knee and shoulder. The arthroscope is a small surgical tool that allows direct visualization of the interior of the joint, and in many cases, the repair of damaged or injured areas through tiny incisions.
Dr. Scollon-Grieve is a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist with Premier Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in Havertown. She has presented research at multiple national conferences and authored a chapter in a textbook in Rehabilitation Medicine entitled ?Therapeutic Programs for Musculoskeletal Disorders.?