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Simon Fleming 🔨 29 Apr 18
Reason why we always ask for two views in As in all things in life, perspective is everything.
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Simon Moyes Dec 10
People often claim that the pain of arthritis gets worse when it’s cold and damp. New research from the University of Manchester shows that damp weather does seem to exacerbate chronic pain.
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Robert LaPrade, MD 5 Dec 18
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American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Jun 9
Our website, , educates patients on the value of choosing an ABOS Board Certified orthopaedic surgeon.
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Barbara Jemec 29 Jun 18
Hmmmmm....... plans to cut back on 'unnecessary' and 'risky' operations to save money - Apparently is ’tAgree
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Dr. Derek Ochiai Sep 23
When you become board certified in , they take you to a special room, and tell you that “fractured” and “broken” actually mean exactly the same thing.
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Simon Moyes Dec 18
Two studies in the last year have concluded that over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen and aspirin could have a surprising side-effect of reducing depression.
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Virgenal L. Owens Jr., MD MSE Jun 13
COVID couldn’t stop this Covenant. • On June 6, 2020 I married my best friend and the love of my life. • Beyond ecstatic to introduce Dr. and Dr. Virgenal and Courtney Owens! •
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Joshua Patt 31 May 19
Check out this new resource for medical students interested in a career in the greatest specialty in medicine!
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Karishma Shah 15 Sep 18
Avoca-do, avoca-don’t. How do you cut your ? Our letter on how to prevent , with tips from and . 🥑🥑
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OOEC 11 Jul 19
Obesity and smoking do not appear to have a meaningful impact on the risk of revision following TKR and THR.
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Joint Operations Jan 9
A good cartilage repair procedure needs to start with a trusted way of having cells present. Marrow stimulation at the repair site with NanoFX does this.
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Doctify 4 Jun 18
Have you ever suffered from a frozen shoulder? tells us all about the condition on the Doctify Journal:
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Andrea Rowland May 25
Graduation gift! Apparently these are all suppose to fit in t he box...
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PLASTA Research UK 27 Sep 18
Compartment monitoring in tibial fractures - use of a differential pressure of 30 mmHg as threshold for fasciotomy - no missed cases of acute compartment syndrome - full paper at
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Brian G. Smith 23 Nov 18
Helpful advice for Ortho residents, and really all of us in Medicine. And #24: Humility always wins over Arrogance.
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American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Oct 25
We are committed to making it easy for consumers to access information about the qualifications and competence of Board Certified orthopaedic surgeons.
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Joshua Patt 1 Nov 18
Need better mentorship from medical schools and better information from programs to help student better discriminate. Need to improve the process. This is a major focus for CORD to improve the process.
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ABTP 5 Jun 18
Are you a postgraduate in the field of orthopaedic surgery or sports medicine? Here’s an opportunity to fellowship with & get sub-specialised in Sports Medicine! Email your CV on manit_arora@me.com
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BoneJointOpen May 26
JUST PUBLISHED!: COVID-19 and orthopaedic surgery: evolving strategies and early experience
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