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Uncategorized / 02.10.2016

Congratulations to the whole team. Nine presentations for the 2017 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery Meeting, including one instructional course, one Neer Award nominee, three specialty day presentations, four AAOS papers and one AAOS poster - a bumper year!...

Uncategorized / 08.06.2016

Congratulations to Neal Millar for another first author publication in the Nature group of publications. For more details see: IL-17A was detected in early tendinopathy in the shoulder and was expressed in mast cells, macrophages and T cells. Il-17A treated human rotator cuff tenocytes produced...

Uncategorized / 26.04.2016

Patients who underwent an arthroscopic capsular release for idiopathic adhesive capsulitis experienced significant reductions in pain, improvements in range of motion, and improvements in overall shoulder function in the first postoperative week. These immediate improvements in pain and function continue to improve at 6, 12,...

Uncategorized / 14.03.2016

Turns out that a history of a traumatic injury is of little benefit with respect to the results of arthroscopic rotator cuff repair. The results are good whether the patient can remember a traumatic event or not. The only caveat is that if the patient...

Uncategorized / 21.02.2016

For having his paper published online in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery. I believe this is a very important paper because it’s the first to show that patients who have a stiff shoulder and rotator cuff tear are better off being managed early,...

Uncategorized / 23.11.2015

The American Journal of Sports Medicine has just published our work on vibration and tendon healing. Vibration therapy is quite useful for a number of conditions and particularly in preventing bone loss in the skeleton. We thought it might be useful to help enhance healing...