Dr. Michael Karch is calling for volunteers to aid in global disaster relief. Please see this press release from AAOS for more information.
Dr. Gilmer with Dr. Guttmann of Taos were invited to publish a review on the diagnosis of biceps tendon problems in the new journal of the International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery, and Sports Medicine (ISAKOS)
Dr. Karch publishes "Multi-Disciplinary Joint Replacement Team at Mammoth Hospital: Cura Personalis - Treating the Whole Patient" article.
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Dr. Gilmer publishes new technique for primary repair of the posterolateral corner (PLC) of the knee in Arthroscopy Techinques Journal. This technique uses smaller implants and preserves the patient's own tissue allowing for faster recovery.
Dr. Crall in Ruka, Finland with the US Freestyle Moguls team for pre-world cup training camp. Keaton McCargo snags 3rd place for her first career world cup podium!
Dr. Crall attends MESS course for US Ski Team Physicians in Beaver Creek, CO. On-hill training with mock trauma scenarios for life-threatening ski and snowboarding accidents.
Dr. Gilmer offers his review and expert opinion regarding treatment of the long head of the biceps tendon.
Dr. Karch will be presenting Grand Rounds at Georgetown University in Washington DC. His lecture titled, “Mass Casualty, Mass Shootings, and Terrorist Inflicted Injury Patterns for the Civilian Orthopaedic Surgeon” will draw on his experience gained in the September 11th Terrorist Attacks, as well as his relief efforts in the Phillipines and Nepal in the wake of natural disasters.
By Karilyn Myers, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Manager Back and neck pain are disabling problems that affect one out of every three Americans A team-approach to spine care is needed for optimal results. The initial...