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Dr. Steven Chudik’s published research in the Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine, compares the biomechanical and clinical performance of 3- versus 2-screw constructs for plating displaced midshaft clavicle fractures.
Dr. Ronak Patel Invited to Instruct a Course for Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) and Smith & Nephew Fellows Program
In August, Dr. Ronak Patel was invited to instruct two courses that enhance professional growth and development of orthopaedic surgeons who had the opportunity to learn about orthopaedic surgical skills and techniques, including how to use orthopaedic surgical instruments.
The September featured author of the month in the American Journal of Sports medicine is Hinsdale Orthopadics very own nationally recognized orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Benjamin Domb. Specialties include sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery of the hip.
We hear the stories of friends, acquaintances or fitness gurus who swear by workouts so intense practitioners vomit or can’t move afterwards – but starting an intense workout regimen could be very dangerous – and even deadly. Super intense workouts could lead to a condition known as rhabdomyolysis, which occurs when muscle tissue is injured
Dr. Benjamin Domb participates in a Q&A regarding Fenwick grad, Creighton basketball player, Jade Owens. Owns & Domb both talk about a hip labral tear, repaired by Dr. Domb getting Owens back on the court.
At 20 years old, Taylor Munn didn’t think knee surgery would be in her near future. A dislocated knee cap in 2015 made surgery her only option. Munn eventually became the first patient at Silver Cross Hospital to undergo the MACI procedure.
Windy City Life “Ask the Doctor” appearance by Benjamin Domb, MD. Ryan’s orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Benjamin Domb, took questions from viewers for a “Ask the Doctor” segment. He talked about a common injury pregnant women endure, preventing common injuries, protecting knees when training and arthritis in pinky fingers. Watch Dr. Domb’s TV Appearance