Orthopedics Today


The following articles appeared in the print edition of ORTHOPEDICS TODAY.

Table of Contents

No link found between aspiration of ankle fractures and pain relief

Mental health conditions cited as strong predictor for post TJA complications

Boost your bottom line with better use of payment technology

Arielle Nelson, MFA

Patient satisfaction tied to function after ACL reconstruction at 10 years

Cover Story

More research needed to fully harness power of stem cells in sports medicine

In the Journals

Uncemented femoral stems in THA patients potentially linked to elevated revision rate

Combined axillary, suprascapular nerve block improves rotator cuff repair outcomes

Meeting News Coverage

Younger age may be a predictor of loss to long-term follow-up

Oblique fast spin-echo T1 MRI improved diagnostic accuracy of lumbar foraminal stenosis

High-intensity progressive resistance exercise improves lumbar extensor strength, endurance

MUA after TKA linked with increased risk of subsequent revision

Most dislocated hips placed within ‘safe zone’ during THA, study finds

Lower complication rates with bariatric surgery prior to TKA, but not equal to non-obese rates

Comparable function seen at 6 weeks with direct anterior, posterior approach for THA

Orthopedic Medical Legal Advisor

Should the losing party pay legal fees?

B. Sonny Bal, MD, JD, MBA; Lawrence H. Brenner, JD

Orthopedics Today Commentary

Develop a clear vision of what is most important for personal satisfaction, happiness

Anthony A. Romeo, MD

Round Tables

Panel discusses treatment of ACL injuries in athletic patients

Rush Grand Rounds

A 15-year-old athlete with ankle pain

Andrew R. Hsu, MD; Robert B. Anderson, MD

Surgical Technique

Keys to perform a Latarjet with a modified open Bankart repair

Robert A. Arciero, MD