Sports Medicine deals with the treatment and prevention of sports and exercise-related injuries and improving fitness and performance.
Arthroscopic surgery is one of the innovative areas of orthopedic surgery that has created new options for patients with joint pain
John Feldman, M.D., is a board certified orthopedic surgeon who trained at the University of Tennessee-Campbell Clinic in Memphis, TN. Following residency, Dr. Feldman completed a fellowship in sports medicine at Andrew’s Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center in Birmingham.
Rotator cuff repair is a surgical procedure to treat an injured or torn rotator cuff. This is a group of muscles surrounding the shoulder joint and enabling various movements. This procedure can be performed through a few small incisions with the help of an arthroscope and specialized instruments.
Survivorship Analysis in Asymptomatic COVID-19+ Hip Fracture Patients: Is There an Increase in Mortality?
Mortality rates following hip fracture surgery have been well-studied. This study was conducted to examine mortality.
High Complication Rate in Young Patients With High-Energy Intertrochanteric Femoral Fractures.
Although intertrochanteric femoral fractures in elderly patients are common injuries that have been studied extensively.
Knee replacement surgery can now be performed using robotic technology. In this procedure, your surgeon first obtains computed tomography (CT) scans of your knee and constructs a virtual model. With the model as a guide, your surgeon then utilizes robotic arms to accurately.