PAID ADVERTISEMENTPAID ADVERTISEMENTTHOPATRICECape Cod Orthopaedics& Sports Medicine, P.C.P.C.EDNCTME"Opioid-Free" Total Joint ReplacementSPORTSLen Remia, M.D.MIS TOTAL JOINT REPLACEMENTAND SPORTS MEDICINETotal Joint Replacement (TJR) is the standard ofcare for disabling arthritis of the knee and hip. It wasintroduced in the 1960's and has a proven long termsuccess rate. Minimally invasive techniques (MIS)have been developed to perform TJR through smallerincisions without disrupting muscle or tendon. TheseMIS techniques in conjunction with progressiveAnesthesia protocols allow rapid recovery. TJR can nowbe performed as an outpatient procedure without theneed for a hospital stay. In addition, current Anesthesiatechniques in conjunction with multi-modal painmanagement can eliminate the need for opioid (narcotic) medication after surgery.Current Anesthesia techniques including spinal, nerve blocks and local injectionsduring surgery, have allowed patients to recovery comfortably and mobilize rapidly. Theuse of "Multi-Modal" pain management including Intravenous Tylenol and Motrin, nervepain medications (Lyrica and Gabapentin) and Cox-2 inhibitors (Celebrex) can eliminatethe need for narcotic medications altogether after surgery. Aside from the obviousreasons to avoid opioid narcotics including the risk of addiction, the phenomenon of"opioid-induced hyperalgesia" (OIH) where patients receiving opioids after surgery canactually become more sensitive to pain, is compelling. Our "Opioid Free" post surgeryprotocols encourage rapid recovery after TJR and have assisted the majority of patientsto be discharged home rather than to skilled nursing facilities (SNF's) or nursing homes.Dr. Remia has utilized an "Opioid-Free" approach for TJR for the last several years; ifyou would like to learn more about the possibility of "Opioid-Free" total joint replacementwith your upcoming Orthopedic procedure, please contact Dr. Remia.Len Remia, M.D., is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.He earned his medical degree at Boston University School of Medicine. He completedhis Orthopaedic Residency and Trauma Fellowship at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Remiais fellowship trained in Sports Medicine, which he completed at Kerlan-Jobe OrthopedicClinic in Los Angeles, California. He is accepting new patients at Cape Cod Orthopaedicsand Sports Medicine, P.C.ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS!Call 508-568-3775 for appointmentswww.CapeCodOrtho.com130 North St., Hyannis | 18 Rte. 6A Bldg 2, SandwichCAPE CO PAID ADVERTISEMENT PAID ADVERTISEMENT THOPATRICE Cape Cod Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, P.C. P.C. EDNCTME "Opioid-Free" Total Joint Replacement SPORTS Len Remia, M.D. MIS TOTAL JOINT REPLACEMENT AND SPORTS MEDICINE Total Joint Replacement (TJR) is the standard of care for disabling arthritis of the knee and hip. It was introduced in the 1960's and has a proven long term success rate. Minimally invasive techniques (MIS) have been developed to perform TJR through smaller incisions without disrupting muscle or tendon. These MIS techniques in conjunction with progressive Anesthesia protocols allow rapid recovery. TJR can now be performed as an outpatient procedure without the need for a hospital stay. In addition, current Anesthesia techniques in conjunction with multi-modal pain management can eliminate the need for opioid (narcotic) medication after surgery. Current Anesthesia techniques including spinal, nerve blocks and local injections during surgery, have allowed patients to recovery comfortably and mobilize rapidly. The use of "Multi-Modal" pain management including Intravenous Tylenol and Motrin, nerve pain medications (Lyrica and Gabapentin) and Cox-2 inhibitors (Celebrex) can eliminate the need for narcotic medications altogether after surgery. Aside from the obvious reasons to avoid opioid narcotics including the risk of addiction, the phenomenon of "opioid-induced hyperalgesia" (OIH) where patients receiving opioids after surgery can actually become more sensitive to pain, is compelling. Our "Opioid Free" post surgery protocols encourage rapid recovery after TJR and have assisted the majority of patients to be discharged home rather than to skilled nursing facilities (SNF's) or nursing homes. Dr. Remia has utilized an "Opioid-Free" approach for TJR for the last several years; if you would like to learn more about the possibility of "Opioid-Free" total joint replacement with your upcoming Orthopedic procedure, please contact Dr. Remia. Len Remia, M.D., is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. He earned his medical degree at Boston University School of Medicine. He completed his Orthopaedic Residency and Trauma Fellowship at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Remia is fellowship trained in Sports Medicine, which he completed at Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic in Los Angeles, California. He is accepting new patients at Cape Cod Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, P.C. ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS! Call 508-568-3775 for appointments www.CapeCodOrtho.com 130 North St., Hyannis | 18 Rte. 6A Bldg 2, Sandwich CAPE CO

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PAID ADVERTISEMENT PAID ADVERTISEMENT THOPATRICE Cape Cod Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, P.C. P.C. EDNCTME "Opioid-Free" Total Joint Replacement SPORTS Len Remia, M.D. MIS TOTAL JOINT REPLACEMENT AND SPORTS MEDICINE Total Joint Replacement (TJR) is the standard of care for disabling arthritis of the knee and hip. It was introduced in the 1960's and has a proven long term success rate. Minimally invasive techniques (MIS) have been developed to perform TJR through smaller incisions without disrupting muscle or tendon. These MIS techniques in conjunction with progressive Anesthesia protocols allow rapid recovery. TJR can now be performed as an outpatient procedure without the need for a hospital stay. In addition, current Anesthesia techniques in conjunction with multi-modal pain management can eliminate the need for opioid (narcotic) medication after surgery. Current Anesthesia techniques including spinal, nerve blocks and local injections during surgery, have allowed patients to recovery comfortably and mobilize rapidly. The use of "Multi-Modal" pain management including Intravenous Tylenol and Motrin, nerve pain medications (Lyrica and Gabapentin) and Cox-2 inhibitors (Celebrex) can eliminate the need for narcotic medications altogether after surgery. Aside from the obvious reasons to avoid opioid narcotics including the risk of addiction, the phenomenon of "opioid-induced hyperalgesia" (OIH) where patients receiving opioids after surgery can actually become more sensitive to pain, is compelling. Our "Opioid Free" post surgery protocols encourage rapid recovery after TJR and have assisted the majority of patients to be discharged home rather than to skilled nursing facilities (SNF's) or nursing homes. Dr. Remia has utilized an "Opioid-Free" approach for TJR for the last several years; if you would like to learn more about the possibility of "Opioid-Free" total joint replacement with your upcoming Orthopedic procedure, please contact Dr. Remia. Len Remia, M.D., is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. He earned his medical degree at Boston University School of Medicine. He completed his Orthopaedic Residency and Trauma Fellowship at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Remia is fellowship trained in Sports Medicine, which he completed at Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic in Los Angeles, California. He is accepting new patients at Cape Cod Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, P.C. ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS! Call 508-568-3775 for appointments www.CapeCodOrtho.com 130 North St., Hyannis | 18 Rte. 6A Bldg 2, Sandwich CAPE CO PAID ADVERTISEMENT PAID ADVERTISEMENT THOPATRICE Cape Cod Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, P.C. P.C. EDNCTME "Opioid-Free" Total Joint Replacement SPORTS Len Remia, M.D. MIS TOTAL JOINT REPLACEMENT AND SPORTS MEDICINE Total Joint Replacement (TJR) is the standard of care for disabling arthritis of the knee and hip. It was introduced in the 1960's and has a proven long term success rate. Minimally invasive techniques (MIS) have been developed to perform TJR through smaller incisions without disrupting muscle or tendon. These MIS techniques in conjunction with progressive Anesthesia protocols allow rapid recovery. TJR can now be performed as an outpatient procedure without the need for a hospital stay. In addition, current Anesthesia techniques in conjunction with multi-modal pain management can eliminate the need for opioid (narcotic) medication after surgery. Current Anesthesia techniques including spinal, nerve blocks and local injections during surgery, have allowed patients to recovery comfortably and mobilize rapidly. The use of "Multi-Modal" pain management including Intravenous Tylenol and Motrin, nerve pain medications (Lyrica and Gabapentin) and Cox-2 inhibitors (Celebrex) can eliminate the need for narcotic medications altogether after surgery. Aside from the obvious reasons to avoid opioid narcotics including the risk of addiction, the phenomenon of "opioid-induced hyperalgesia" (OIH) where patients receiving opioids after surgery can actually become more sensitive to pain, is compelling. Our "Opioid Free" post surgery protocols encourage rapid recovery after TJR and have assisted the majority of patients to be discharged home rather than to skilled nursing facilities (SNF's) or nursing homes. Dr. Remia has utilized an "Opioid-Free" approach for TJR for the last several years; if you would like to learn more about the possibility of "Opioid-Free" total joint replacement with your upcoming Orthopedic procedure, please contact Dr. Remia. Len Remia, M.D., is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. He earned his medical degree at Boston University School of Medicine. He completed his Orthopaedic Residency and Trauma Fellowship at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Remia is fellowship trained in Sports Medicine, which he completed at Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic in Los Angeles, California. He is accepting new patients at Cape Cod Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, P.C. ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS! Call 508-568-3775 for appointments www.CapeCodOrtho.com 130 North St., Hyannis | 18 Rte. 6A Bldg 2, Sandwich CAPE CO