Dearborn Location

(313) 277-6700

Farmington Hills Location

(248) 372-9600


Surgical Specialties

Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Revision

This is any surgery after the first replacement on a joint.  Common reasons for a subsequent surgery are:

  1. infection to the joint and implants
  2. aseptic loosening, where the implants are no longer well affixed to the bone; and
  3. instability, where the joint no longer functions/moves as it should.

Shoulder, Hip and Knee Arthroplasty

This is replacement of an arthritic joint, or other less common causes.  Surgery is pursued after all other conservative treatments are exhausted.  The goals of replacement surgery are to relieve pain and restore function.

Knee Arthroscopy

Indicated to treat torn cartilage in the knee, sometimes as a result of arthritis.

Fracture Care

This is surgery to fix a broken bone.  While you may see Dr. Finch in office for this reason, more commonly, you will encounter him at the hospital on consult for a broken bone.

Nonsurgical Specialties

Joint Injections

Most commonly done with steroids, which can decrease inflammation and pain; a second option is are the "gel" injections offered for knee arthritis.  Ask Dr. Finch about their availability.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections

Platelets are part of the blood that induce healing and decrease inflammation; it is thought they can be injected into a painful, injured area to speed healing and relieve pain.

Stem Cell Injections

The cells are harvested from your bone marrow and then injected into the injured, painful area.  It is thought the cells can then help heal the injured tissue