Robert Fink Orthopedic Specialist
About Dr Robert J Fink: Chicago Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Robert Fink does minimally invasive spine surgery. Dr. Fink puts an endoscope in the spine similar to an arthroscope done on the shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, and ankle where, through a small incision, he is able to remove herniated discs, bulging discs, extruding discs, extruded discs, and also remove some bone from neuroforaminal narrowing.
- Spine: Nonoperative treatment, physical therapy, medication, trigger point injections, lumbar epidural steroid injections. Minimally invasive spine surgery. One of only three doctors that do this in the Chicago area.
- Treatment by removing herniated discs: Protruding discs, extruding discs, bulging discs all with endoscope which is like an arthroscope used in the knee, elbow, shoulder, and wrist.
- Treatment of compression lumbar fractures: All as outpatient surgery I stitch or bandaid afterwards Outpatient surgery
- Hand surgery: All types of hand surgery. Nerve entrapment syndromes, carpal tunnel, cubital tunnel, radial tunnel. Removal of lumps, bumps, ganglion cysts, hand and wrist deformities, old healed fractures, nail deformities, joint replacement, fractures.
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Dr Robert J Fink and His New Procedure For Herniated Discs
Dr. Robert J Fink specializes in orthopedic surgery in Chicago area. Dr. Robert J Fink, MD has a medical practice at 33 West Delaware Place, Chicago IL, and has over 42 years of experience in the field of medicine. He graduated from Loyola University Of Chicago, Stritch School Of Medicine with his medical degree in 1975. Dr. Fink is accepting new patients at his medical office and practice location in Chicago, Illinois. He is available for appointments, preventative care, medical care as well as ongoing patient care.
About Dr Robert J Fink: Dr Robert Fink of Gold Coast Orthopedic Spine & Hand Surgery, has been an orthopedic surgeon for over 30 years and is only one of 3 doctors in Chicago, IL performing minimally invasive spine surgery procedures. Non invasive back surgery is also called band aid back surgery, due to the fact that patients leave with only a bandaid or one stitch after the procedure is completed. Dr Fink’s non invasive surgery procedures are performed to take out herniated, bulging, extruding, & extruded discs, treat fractures in back, perform sacroiliac joint fusion, and also remove bone from neural foraminal narrowing. These procedures are done in an outpatient surgical setting.