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SRO Surgeon Nathan Ehmer Announces Less Invasive Anterior Approach to Hip Replacement Surgery to Help Speed Recovery Time
Date:7/24/2014

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Dr. Ehmer’s fellowship training and subsequent work in orthopedic trauma provide him the experience necessary to perform this technically advanced procedure with command and expertise. At Santa Rosa Orthopaedics, Dr. Ehmer is part of a collaborative team of multi-specialist orthopedic surgeons and highly skilled physical and occupational therapists. In its efforts to bring the best outcomes to patients, SRO offers patients in-house diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation, sports injury prevention, as well as advanced surgical treatments in joint replacement, sports medicine, trauma care, hand, foot, ankle, and general orthopedic surgery. For more information about Dr. Ehmer and the other SRO surgeons, visit srortho.com.

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