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Providers and researchers from the pediatric orthopedics team at Columbia Orthopedics published a multicenter study in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery.
Providers from the pediatric orthopedics service at Columbia Orthopedics published a retrospective review in the Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics.
Source:CartilageJune 19, 2021
Drs. Trofa, Ahmad, Popkin and recent resident graduate Dr. Swindell evaluate the variability of post-operative rehabilitation protocols following microfracture of the knee.
Source:Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic SurgeonsJune 11, 2021
The study, by William N. Levine, MD, demonstrates the importance of mentorship in orthopaedics, provides a framework for mentors, and guides medical students in expanding their networks.
Source:Journal of Shoulder and Elbow SurgeryJune 9, 2021
Drs. Levine and Jobin implemented the Delphi process using experts from the Neer Circle of ASES to determine areas of consensus regarding treatment options for a variety of MIRCTs.
Source:The Physician and SportsmedicineJune 4, 2021
Drs. Trofa, Ahmad, and Mueller (resident) found high school football related neck injuries diagnosed in emergency rooms across the US decreased after the NFHS implemented the “targeting rule.”
- May 12, 2021
The 2021 POSNA Annual Meeting, held in Dallas, TX from May 12 - 15, features lectures, presentations, and research from Columbia Orthopedics.
Source:Journal of the American Academy of Orthpaedic SurgeonsApril 26, 2021
Drs. Ahmad and Trofa's study reviews available strategies and outcomes for conservatively treating UCL injuries.
- April 23, 2021
The 28th IMAST Meeting, held virtually from April 23 - 25, features lectures, presentations, and research from Columbia Orthopedics.
Source:Spine DeformityMarch 29, 2021
Surgical site infections in pediatric spinal surgery after implementation of a quality assurance program
Source:The Physician and SportsmedicineMarch 19, 2021
Morgan A. Busko, MD publishes a cross-sectional analysis, in The Physician and Sportsmedicine, investigating the causes of creatine kinase elevation.
Source:NewYork-PresbyterianMarch 19, 2021
Selections from NYP Advances in Orthopedics highlighting the latest research and developments in patient care and musculoskeletal science.