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Dr. Dong Hyun Seo
Keyhole knee surgery · Unrelieved chronic pain
Incheon, South Korea
Operations per year
Dr. Dong Hyun Seo is a specialist in orthopedics with medical expertise in keyhole knee surgery and unrelieved chronic pain at Himchan Hospital. Himchan Hospital is a specialized medical care facility situated in Incheon, South Korea. This hospital opened its doors in 2002, and since then, it has garnered immense respect and a great reputation as an excellent hospital. It mainly specializes in joint and spine-related issues. Himchan Hospital uses state-of-the-art technology to help patients receive the best quality of care. It employs highly trained, skilled, and professional doctors who can offer the best consulting and treatment advice for all national and international patients. One of the best doctors in Himchan Hospital is Dr. Dong Hyun Seo, who graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine from Hallym University College of Medicine. Dr. Dong Hyun Seo finished his master's in medicine at Hallym University Graduate School of Medicine. Dr. Dong Hyun Seo became a Doctor of Medicine at Kangwon National University College of Medicine Graduate School. Dr. Dong Hyun Seo has several years of experience in the field of orthopedics. Dr. Dong Hyun Seo specializes in diagnosing, treating, and preventing conditions and injuries related to the musculoskeletal system, which includes bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. Dr. Dong Hyun Seo specializes in keyhole knee surgery and unrelieved chronic pain. Keyhole knee surgery, also known as arthroscopic knee surgery, is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that is used to diagnose and treat knee problems. During this procedure, a surgeon makes a small incision near the knee and inserts an arthroscope, which is a tiny camera that displays images on a monitor. The surgeon can then use specialized tools to perform repairs or remove damaged tissue, such as cartilage or bone fragments. Keyhole knee surgery can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including torn ligaments, meniscal tears, and cartilage damage. Compared to traditional open knee surgery, keyhole knee surgery is generally less invasive and can lead to faster recovery times and less scarring. However, not all knee problems can be treated with keyhole surgery, and the decision to use this approach will depend on the specific condition being treated and the individual patient's needs.