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Peds Ortho publish cross-sectional study, investigating the association between pulmonary function rated by parents and pulmonary function testing (PFT) in patients with EOS, in Spine Deformity.
Columbia Orthopedics published an article on opioid prescriptions, by orthopedic surgeons serving Medicare populations, in JAAOS.
Leaders of the Columbia Orthopedics residency training program published an article on curriculum reform and new technology in musculoskeletal education in JAAOS.
The Pediatric Orthopedics team published a study on Serial casting for early onset scoliosis in the Spine Deformity Journal.
Dr. William N. Levine was a featured guest on the Device Nation podcast, hosted by Kevin Brown.
Dr. Nadine O. Chahine published a study on intervertebral disc herniation in the Osteoarthritis and Cartilage Journal.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked NewYork-Presbyterian & Columbia Orthopedics among the top ten orthopedics programs in the nation for 2020-2021.
D. T. Sean Lynch was a guest on Episode 20 of the JAAOS Unplugged Podcast to talk about his recent publication.
Drs. Roye, Lenke, and Vitale published a case-control study that assesses the variability of stable sagittal vertebra within patients and identifies positional parameters that may lead to its change.
The 2020 AOSSM Virtual Annual Meeting features lectures and research by faculty and residents from Columbia Orthopedics.