Married and Practicing Orthopaedic Surgery – Dr. Strickland and Dr. Gomoll
Dr. Sabrina Strickland and Dr. Andreas Gomoll are married and practicing orthopaedic surgery together at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City
Hospital for Special Surgery – JointStem Research Study
Physicians at the HSS Sports Medicine Institute are conducting a study investigating the effects of an autologous adipose tissue-derived stem cell injection in patients with knee osteoarthritis.
Shoulder Replacement – Bar Hangs 3 Months Post Surgery
Coming off of a full left shoulder replacement, Steve is out here doing chin ups with Dr. John! This is awesome! Amazing progress and recovery! Check out his story on Instagram.
NFL Injuries After COVID Stopped Professional Sports
This study looked at 1370 NFL injuries in the the year after COVID stopped professional sports. This is just further proof that getting in shape for your sport is important no matter who you are.
Research on potential cures for arthritis — green tea & gallnuts
When reading research on potential cures for arthritis, you have to take into account the many complexities of how supplements and medication can actually work in the human body.
Miami marathon – runners
I walked alongside runners this morning who are about 10 miles into the Miami marathon. As you can see they got some great weather. It’s great to see runners back to racing marathons.
Predicting the Super Bowl Based on Injury Score?
If it was easy to predict a Super Bowl win based on the injury score of a team, doctors would be betting on the game outcome and winning.
Orthopedic Surgery Patients Become Long Term Opioid Users?
According to a study in the orthopaedic journal, JBJS, 5.3% of patients who underwent orthopedic surgery were still taking narcotics one year after surgery. These are patients who were not chronic opiate users before surgery. The highest rates were found after revision spine surgery.