Monthly Archives: October 2011

Oct
31
2011
Skeleton

Happy Halloween! Here are facts from Dr. Shevaun Doyle, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, about some of the bones in your skeleton: 1. The femur bone is the longest and strongest bone … More…

Oct
28
2011
Football player

Dr. Stephen O’Brien, Orthopedic Surgeon, describes the biceps-labrum complex, an area where the biceps muscle of the arm connects to the shoulder. This region is a common source of injury … More…

Oct
26
2011
Dr. Martin O'Malley, Foot & Ankle Surgeon

Q1. What is the difference between an ankle fracture and an ankle sprain? An ankle sprain is a tear of the ligaments – soft tissue that hold the bones together, like … More…

Oct
21
2011
Football players

Injuries to the neck or cervical spine are frequent among football players. Dr. James Farmer, Orthopedic Surgeon and former Notre Dame football player, explains what might put you at risk … More…

Oct
19
2011
Dr. Jordan Metzl, Sports Medicine Physician

The ING New York City Marathon is just 19 days away! Earlier this month, Dr. Jordan Metzl, Sports Medicine Physician, answered questions during a live chat on the ING New … More…

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April 17, 2014 at 2:03 pm

Dr. David B. Levine (right), Director of Alumni Affairs and chair of the HSS Archives Committee, was appointed the new director of orthopedic surgery in 1987 under Dr. Philip D. Wilson Jr. He was assisted by Dr. Thomas P. Sculco, Surgeon-in-Chief Emeritus, as associate director. #tbt #orthopedics #hss

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April 17, 2014 at 2:00 pm

"Hi Jamie, thank you for the..." on Jamie M. Ackerly's post on Hospital for Special Surgery's wall.

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