This week on The Ortho Show, we decided to find out what it takes to form a ROCK group. Research in OsteoChonditis of the Knee, to be more precise. Out guest is Dr Kevin Shea, orthopedic surgeon from Stanford University Medical Center, talks us through this groups important work, patient education, surgeon education and their mission to provide up-to-date information and research about OCD to physicians everywhere.
This week on The Ortho Show we get technical. We are tackling the subject of anterior chronic patella subluxation and We’re joined by Dr Lonnie Paulos who guides us through how his approach to these patients has evolved over the years and how these learnings influence his practice today. Dr Paulos assesses each patient by considering all non-surgical remedies first and defining their suitability for both operative and non-operative treatment. He’s a wealth of knowledge and highly regarded in the field of sports medicine, we look forward to welcoming him back to the show in the near future.
An orthopedic surgeon, a collapsed lung and a bottle of cognac were all on a flight.. Today’s show may sound like a setup for a joke, but for Professor Angus Wallace this journey was no laughing matter, at least until now.
Professor Angus Wallace: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angus_Wallace
Article on incident: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2626355/
Ever wonder how to get that amazing product idea you have out of your notebook and into the OR? In the first of our Surgeon Inventors series we talk to Professor Ofer Levy, orthopedic surgeon and inventor of the Verso Shoulder reverse shoulder system. Professor Levi takes us through his journey from idea to product launch, highlighting challenges and successes along the way.
Verso Shoulder: http://www.idorth.com/
Today we learn what it takes to run a successful international orthopedic conference. Our guest is Dr Kevin Plancher, the host, organizer, and marketer extraordinaire behind the Orthopedic Summit Evolving Techniques.
Orthopedic Summit: https://orthosummit.com/
Dr Kevin Plancher: https://plancherortho.com/kevin-d-plancher-md/
Today’s guest is the example of calm under pressure, British Army trauma surgeon Mr Paul Parker. Mr Parker shares how he and his team have been able to draw on their experiences to develop patient care systems that improve the odds of success in even the most extreme of situations.
Mr Paul Parker: https://www.orthopaedic-clinic.co.uk/index.php
Paul’s publications: https://www.orthopaedic-clinic.co.uk/publication.php#1
Our guest this week is Dr Maryse Bouchard. In addition to being a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at the University of Toronto, Canada, Dr Bouchard volunteers large amounts of her time to the very worthy organization Mobility Outreach International (MOI). We chat about MOI’s vision, mission and goals as we discover why long term sustainability should be at the core of volunteer medical services delivering care in emerging countries.
Dr Maryse Bouchard bio: https://uoftorthopaedics.ca/welcome-maryse-bouchard/
On today’s episode of The Ortho Show we’re at the Arthoscopic Association of North America (AANA) event in Orlando Florida. We sit down with Mr Neil Jaine, sports medicine surgeon from Manchester England, and good friend of the show. Mr Jain discusses some of the highlights from the event and earns himself a lunch from us.
Mr Neil Jaine bio: http://www.uksportsmedicine.com/the-team
Dr Martha Murray: https://www.childrenshospital.org/research/researchers/m/martha-murray
Stories from the world of orthopedics. Launching 9/9/2019