MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- Through state-of-the art anterior surgery, doctors at Northern Westchester Hospital have been able breathe new life into again joints.
Over his years of playing tennis, Westchester resident Jim Winn began to feel pain whenever he took the court. Not ready to hang up the racket for good, he opted to undergo an anterior hip surgery to repair the damaged area and restore full range of motion.
The minimally invasive procedure allowed Jim to walk less than 12 hours after surgery, and was able to climb stairs the very next day. Jim and many other patients annually opt for Northern Westchester's innovative surgery, allowing them to never miss a beat.