Phoenix Spine & Joint Announces Canadian Care Connect Program
Canadians Seeking Expedited Hip, Shoulder, and Knee Replacement, as Well as “Ultra Minimally Invasive” Spine Surgery Gain Access to Treatment in Days vs. MonthsPHOENIX, AZ / ACCESSWIRE / February 12, 2018 / In response to an increasing demand from Canadian citizens, Phoenix Spine & Joint has created Canadian Care Connect, a concierge “all-inclusive” program that allows Canadians seeking joint replacement or spine surgery access to treatment in as little as 14 days. “We are functioning almost as overflow for the backlog of patients within the Canadian healthcare system,” said Dr. Daniel Lieberman, Medical Director of Phoenix Spine & Joint. “The care in Canada is great, however, the wait times don’t always fit everyone’s lifestyles, so we are glad to be able to offer an alternative for those seeking more urgent relief,” Lieberman continued.
All knee, hip, shoulder, and spine procedures are performed by board-certified surgeons who offer many of the latest treatment options and techniques, including the anterior approach for hip replacement and Direct Visual Rhizotomy (DVR), an ultra-minimally invasive procedure for those with arthritis of the spine. All procedures are performed on an outpatient basis in our state of the art surgery center.
“I make it a point to try to speak with all of our international patients about any concerns or reservations they may have with traveling abroad for surgery. We are focused on ensuring a seamless process, inclusive of making sure the patient’s primary care doctor in Canada is kept highly informed. I am also proud to have patients visit our surgery center where they truly receive concierge-style medicine,” said Stan Miele, Director of Patient Experience at Phoenix Spine & Joint.
About Phoenix Spine
Phoenix Spine & Joint specializes in total joint replacement, regenerative medicine, as well as ultra-minimally invasive options for those living with chronic joint and back pain.
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