Dr. Christopher T. Daley, M.D. FAAOS, FRCS(C), is a board certified fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon, serving Burke County since 2000. He is an expert in computer assisted surgery and minimally invasive techniques in treatment of all arthritis, degenerative and Sports Medicine conditions.
In addition to total knee, hip and shoulder replacement, Dr. Daley is certified to perform the "Oxford" partial knee replacement and the "Delta" reverse shoulder replacement. He has mastered arthroscopic rotator cuff repair and other arthroscopic surgery of the knee, shoulder, ankle, wrist and elbow.
Prior to earning his Medical Doctorate three other university degrees were obtained in separate disciplines. In addition to an under graduate degree in Medical Science, he also holds degrees in Chemical Engineering and Biology/Psychology. After earning his medical degree with honors from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, he completed his sub-speciality training in Sports Medicine at Dalhousie University, in Nova Scotia.
Dr. Daley is a published author in the field of orthopedics, including a contributing author to a major text on Sports Injuries.
Dr. Daley and his wife Andrea are blessed with nine children and reside in Burke County. The whole family is proficient in American sign language and are proud to profess their Christian faith.
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Tips on Avoiding Knee Replacement Surgery
Orthopaedic Surgeon, Christopher T. Daley, MD gives practical advice about how to go easy on the knees. He also discusses the reality that people will injure their knees in their day-to-day life. He discusses the part genetics plays, work, sports and other factors. Dr. Daley is a member of the medical staff at Blue Ridge HealthCare in Morganton and Valdese, NC.
The Advantages of Oxford Partial Knee Replacement
Orthopedic Surgeon Christopher T. Daley, MD gives an in-depth analysis of the Oxford Partial Knee Replacement surgery. He also describes the ideal candidate for partial knee replacement surgery, and he weighs the pros and cons of this approach versus the total knee replacement procedure. Dr. Daley is on the medical staff at Blue Ridge HealthCare's Grace and Valdese Hospitals. He is a regional leader in advanced orthopedic surgery.
Computer-Assisted Orthopaedic Knee Surgery
Orthopaedic Surgeon Chris Daley, MD explains how he uses computers to perform precision knee replacements in Burke County, NC.