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Intoeing | Silverman Ankle & Foot - Edina Orthopedic Surgeon

Last updated: 08/18/2018

Intoeing is a foot condition where a person’s feet are turned inward instead of pointing straight ahead. It is commonly referred to as “pigeon-toed,” and the vast majority of

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How to improve surgeon satisfaction in the operating room? Mizuho OSI executive explains

Last updated: 08/18/2018

New developments do not only improve patient satisfaction, but can also improve surgeon satisfaction. Anthony Zannis, director of upstream marketing at Mizuho OSI, explains how tec

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ACL reconstruction in youth athletes results in an improved rate of return to athletic activity when compared with non-operative treatment: a systematic review of the literature

Last updated: 08/18/2018

Background Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears are being seen and treated with increasing frequency in youth athletes, with the goal of returning patients to sports activity. Th

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Children with bone and joint infections often carry the same infectious bacteria in throat - Orthopaedic Product News

Last updated: 08/17/2018

The presence of the bacterium Kingella kingae in children’s throats was strongly linked to a bone and joint infection with the same bacterium, according to research published i

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Illinois Bone & Joint Institute Appoints William J. Robb, III, MD, to the position of Orthopedic Director, Chief Medical Officer (CMO)

Last updated: 08/17/2018

"Dr. Robb is one of America's leading orthopedic surgeons and has been repeatedly recognized for his leadership qualities and contributions to the orthopedics field. Since joining

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Orthopedic Technology & Innovation Forum (OTIF) Research Award presented to Peter J. Millett, MD, MSc, for Research Helping Orthopedic Surgeons Better Treat Patients

Last updated: 08/17/2018

Dr. Peter Millett, recognized as a top shoulder surgeon in the U.S., receives the OTIF Research Award from Arthrex, Inc. for his extensive research contributions that have helped s

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Neuroscientist identifies biomarker for traumatic brain injury

Last updated: 08/17/2018

Images show an uninjured rat brain and the brain one and three hours after traumatic brain injury. A new UCLA study in rats shows that levels of a molecule called LPA rise quickly

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The Enduring Impact of What Clinicians Say to People With Low Back Pain

Last updated: 08/17/2018

METHODS Semistructured qualitative interviews were conducted with 12 participants with acute low back pain (less than 6 weeks’ duration) and 11 participants with chronic low back

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Power Wheelchairs: What are my options, and where do I start?

Last updated: 08/17/2018

Part 14 in our series A to Z Considerations for Seating & Wheeled Mobility: A Quick Reference Clarifying Confusion Around CRT. See Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Pa

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Dr. Maroon: Four Questions about Wellness and Burnout - AANS Neurosurgeon

Last updated: 08/17/2018

Joseph C. Maroon, MD, FAANS(L), is clinical professor and vice chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery and Heindl Scholar in Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh

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