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to hear Dr. Kharma Foucher, assistant professor of orthopedic surgery, and Dr. Shane Nho, orthopedic surgeon and assistant professor of orthopedic surgery, discuss the interesting research being conducted in the Gait Laboratory at Rush University Medical Center.
Dr. Shane Nho, orthopedic surgeon, Rush University Medical Center, appeared on FOX-32 News at 9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 9, to discuss why children and adults not continue to play sports if they are sick with the flu. A controversial new commercial from Gatorade shows Michael Jordan playing even though he had the flu.
A systematic review of studies with short-term follow-up shows that hip arthroscopy has a 0.58% rate of major complications and a low rate of conversion to total hip arthroplasty.
The false profile radiographic view can be used to effectively characterize cam lesions in the femoral head-neck junction for the diagnosis and treatment of cam-type femoroacetabular impingement, according to a presenter here at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Annual Meeting.
When Plymouth State University hockey player Michael Freitag, 22, of Westmont, tore the labrum of his left hip during a workout, his future in a sport he had been playing competitively since age five was suddenly uncertain.