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Hosted by Dr. Scott Sigman – “Dr. Anand Murthi”

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Dr. Anand Murthi is the Chief, Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital, where he also serves as the Director of the Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship and Research. He is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon, fellowship trained in shoulder and elbow surgery, who sees patients in Timonium (Baltimore County) and in Baltimore at MedStar Union Memorial.

Topics include:
-Dr. Murthi completed the internationally recognized fellowship in shoulder and elbow reconstruction at the New York Orthopaedic Hospital-Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. He discusses the influence and importance of mentorship.

-He is also an elected member of the prestigious American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Society (ASES), an international group of shoulder and elbow surgeons dedicated to the mission of teaching and research for which he has chaired the Education Committee.

– Dr. Murthi has published and presented numerous research papers on a national and international stage. He has a passion for research, including fragility index (FI) studies. The fragility index (FI) is a method used with statistically significant dichotomous outcomes to assess the number of patients that would change an outcome measure from significant (P ≤ .05) to nonsignificant if the patient outcome changed. 

-He is also passionate about medical device design and part of the explosion of innovation in shoulder replacements. Dr. Murthi discusses some of the innovations he’s worked on.

-He is also a part of the team to develop the first international shoulder data registry (Shoulder JAM by OBERD).

Find out more about Dr. Anand Murthi here.

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Hosted by Dr. Scott Sigman – “Dr. Javad Parvizi”

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This is a good one where you’ll want to intently listen with the incredible wisdom of Dr. Javad Parvizi. He is an American Board Certified, fellowship trained, Orthopaedic Surgeon and the Director of Clinical Research at the Rothman Orthopaedic Institute.  Dr. Parvizi has been at Rothman since 2003.  He holds the James Edwards Professor Chair of Orthopaedics at Thomas Jefferson University.  He specializes in the management of young patients with hip disorders such as dysplasia, femoroacetabular impingement and other complex hip and knee conditions.  He is a renowned world expert in the field of periprosthetic joint infection, joint preservation, and joint reconstruction. 

Topics include:

-He joined Rothman Orthopaedics in 2003 as the 13th physician and today, Rothman has over 250+ physicians. Dr. Parvizi tells us about the vision of Dr. Richard Rothman in creating Rothman Orthopedics and “private-medics,” where private practice comes together with academics.

-We discuss the creation of Parvizi Surgical Innovation (PSI), established in 2016, with a founding circle of 32 individuals. They follow an incubator model to evaluate innovative ideas with a product council, financing and resources.

-Only two of our guests have their own Wikipedia pages and Dr. Parvizi is one of them. Check out Dr. Parvizi’s page with his vast accolades and accomplishments here.

-We hear about where does he think we are going in the war on bacteria and infections?

-We also hear Dr. Parvizi’s great wisdom on innovation. He says it simplifies life, makes it more affordable and changes status quo positively.

Find out more about Dr. Parvizi here.

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Hosted by Dr. Scott Sigman – “The Professor”

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Continuing to bring you the best of the best on The Ortho Show. Excited to have the official fact checker of our show this week, Dr. William Levine. He listens to each episode and then critiques it to Dr. Sigman. 🙂

He is a nationally and globally renowned specialist in arthroscopic and open shoulder, elbow, and knee surgery, and sports medicine. He is Chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons, where he holds the Frank E. Stinchfield Professorship in Orthopedic Surgery, and serves as Chief of the Orthopedics Service at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center. Dr. Levine also assumed the role as Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons in January 2016.

As Head Team Physician for Columbia University, Dr. Levine is responsible for providing care for 31 Columbia intercollegiate athletic teams. Under his guidance, the department’s surgeons also function as Team Physicians for the New York Yankees, Major League Soccer’s (MLS) New York City Football Club, the Rockland Boulders, Fordham University, City College of New York, as well as over 25 high schools.

Discussion topics include:

1.) Sharing stories of their professional careers

2.) Lasting legacy to have residents and fellows that surpass you in their careers

Find out more about Dr. William Levine here.

Thank you to our partner OrthoLazer for making this episode of The Ortho Show possible.

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Hosted by Dr. Scott Sigman – “Trauma Injuries and Rehabilitation”

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Dr. Nirav Amin is an orthopedic surgeon at Restore Orthopedics Spine and Sports Center in Southern California. We discussed a timely topic on potential challenges with Tiger Woods fractures and injuries suffered in a car accident on February 23rd. Dr. Amin and Dr. Sigman are not treating physicians to Tiger Woods and discuss their past history treating these type of injuries and potential challenges in recovery.

Find out more about Dr. Nirav Amin here

Thank you to our partner OrthoLazer for making this episode of The Ortho Show possible.

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Hosted by Dr. Scott Sigman – “Superhero of Opioid Sparing”

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Dr. Asif Ilyas is an orthopedic surgeon, partner and board member at the Rothman Institute, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University, President of the Rothman Opioid Foundation and Program Director of the Hand Surgery Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University. He is also a Team Physician for the Philadelphia Eagles and 76ers. Have we mentioned we bring you the best of the best in orthopedics? Topics include:

-Mentorship inspired his career path in hand surgery. We hear this a lot on the importance of mentorship and how mentors help build future mentors

-Changing the paradigm with opioid sparing surgeries. There’s an impact to the patient and those around them when opioids are prescribed

-Mission of Rothman Opioid Foundation with education, research and advocacy

-Participating in the Health Policy Committee on opioids

-Utilizing wide awake, local anesthesia no-tourniquet (WALANT) for hand surgeries

Find out more about Dr. Asif Ilyas here.

Thank you to our partner OrthoLazer for making this episode of The Ortho Show possible.

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Hosted by Dr. Scott Sigman – “Dr. Roboto”

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We’re continuing to bring you more of the best of the best in the orthopedic industry. We have Dr. Cory Calendine this week, orthopedic surgeon extraordinaire who specializes in robotic joint replacement. He is “savoring life to the bone,” pun intended. Topics include:

-Passion for building brand on social media by connecting to his patients through education. He uses a little bit of everything to get information out with videos, posts and even haiku’s!

-Generating positive energy for his practice through awareness with patients by using SocialClimb for Google reviews

-What is robotic surgery and why he is an early adopter? It’s all about how he can improve patient care through robotics and adjustments intraoperatively

CliftonStrengths assessment. Are you a WOO?

Find out more about Dr. Cory Calendine here

Thank you to our partner OrthoLazer for making this episode of The Ortho Show possible.

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Hosted by Dr. Scott Sigman – “The Godfather of Orthopedics”

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If you are in orthopedics, you likely know our guest this week, Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum.

Remember the early 90’s orthopedic website, www.bonehome.com? Did you know Dr. Kirschenbaum coded and built the website? Outside of his nickname as The Godfather of Orthopedics, Dr. Sigman has also dubbed him the “Creator of Orthopedics on the Internet.” It’s an information packed episode on:

-BronxCare’s mission of high quality and cost reduction of medical care

-Partnership in Swiftpath.com: Episode of care management company with digital patient engagement tools. Improving outcomes for patients with an opioid sparing approach, reducing complications, digital PT and monitoring of the patient post-joint replacement

Mykneeyourknee.com: Chronicling knee replacement surgery on a knee replacement surgeon

Journal Orthopedic Experience and Innovation (JOEI): How this journal is different with no submission fees and no subscriptions needed. 30,000 page and article views in just 6 months

Find out more about Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum here. 

Thank you to our partner OrthoLazer for making this episode of The Ortho Show possible.

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