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Downhill skiing is one of the most exhilarating activities you can experience during the winter season. However, this fun-filled activity is associated with the risk of injury due to falls and collisions on the slopes and can cause torn ligaments, broken bones, and serious head injuries. Knee and lower leg injuries are the most common
Dr. LaReau is featured in Chicago Health Magazine discussing minimally invasive surgery and faster recover (since muscles and ligaments are not cut).
Pushing your body day in/day out, you’re bound to get injured (though hopefully it’s short-lived and minor). It happens to the greatest athletes. The topic of expecting to receive a ‘script’ from your doctor, Dr. Domb is quoted on the topic of drug safety for athletes.
Orthopaedic pioneer, Dr. Steven Chudik, awarded patent for an arthroscopic total shoulder replacement surgery method
Dr. Chudik’s minimally invasive shoulder replacement procedure is under development and potential benefits for patients includes several benefits. Read more today & visit his website for information.
The hip labrum is important for joint stability and kinematics and has nerve endings facilitating proprioception and pain. Dr. Domb discusses labral repair, as well as techniques and superior outcomes to debridement, and therefore, it is the first-line approach to repair the labrum.
Traditionally, joint replacement has been an inpatient surgical procedure. Results show the direct anterior approach using a fracture table performed by experienced surgeons is an effective technique which provides early postoperative function, smaller incision, no detaching of muscles or tendons, improved component positioning, equal leg lengths, reduces the risk of dislocation and decreased patient hospital
Dr. Robert Daley, Hinsdale Orthopaedics surgeon, discuss the benefits of minimally invasive surgery with the new Mako robotics-assisted surgical techniques in a FREE seminar, February 7th. Reserve your seat today.