Saturday December 01 2007, 1:16am
Dr. David Pocos of Northern Ohio Medical Specialists (NOMS)
Access Orthopaedics has recently completed advanced training in the
Cormet hip resurfacing arthroplasty, a conservative alternative to
total hip replacement.
The procedure is ideally suited for younger, more active patients.
The Cormet better maintains the normal mechanics of the joint, while
Pocos graduated from the Ohio University College of Osteopathic
Medicine and did his residency training in Cleveland. He then went
on to complete a fellowship in total joint replacement at the
Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
He is a member of the NOMS with offices in Norwalk and Willard. He
resides in Norwalk with his wife and three children.
To schedule an appointment to find out if you may be candidate for
the Cormet hip resurfacing, call Dr. Pocos at (419) 663-5000.