She knew she needed a surgical solution and turned to Geisinger Orthopaedic Surgeon John Mercuri, MD. “We go in and remove the ball and the inside of the socket and replace it with these metal and plastic and ceramic components.”
Roots run deep for this Scranton Prep and University of Scranton graduate. As Eyewitness News Healthbeat Reporter Mark Hiller explains, when it came time to establish his career the doctor chose his native Lackawanna County.
We talked with Dr. John Mercuri about robotic technology for all hip replacement cases. He likes its patient-specific planning.
Happenings Magazine recently spoke to Dr. Mercuri to discuss the path that led him to Orthopaedics and ultimately back to Northeast PA.