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Should you consider a second opinion before surgery?

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Before undergoing orthopaedic surgery, getting a second opinion can help you better understand your condition, identify treatment options — and protect your peace of mind.

Consider a second opinion if:

  • Your surgeon does not share your goals or answer all your questions.
  • You need to correct a previous unsuccessful procedure.
  • Your surgeon does not offer the latest techniques.

If you are ready to seek out a second opinion, the specialists at USC Orthopaedic Surgery can provide accurate diagnoses for both common and complex conditions. Get started: contact USC Orthopaedic Surgery today.

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