Co-author Rachel M. Frank, MD summarizes the 5 most compelling findings from among the studies highlighted in the new “What’s New in Sports Medicine” in JBJS.
Month: April 2022
A periacetabular osteotomy (PAO) is a surgical treatment for hip dysplasia that has been shown in adult patients to delay the onset of hip arthritis
Surgical site infections (SSIs) can be devastating complications for orthopaedic patients. A new study published in Nature advances our understanding of drug-resistant pathogens that can
April 13, 2022 – Patients with lower levels of sex hormones – testosterone in men and estrogen in women – are more likely to undergo
One of the great things about the OrthoJOE podcast is the unexpected places a conversation can go, leaving the listener richer for tuning in. In the
JBJS is currently seeking orthopaedic surgeons who could serve as orthopaedic content experts. They will assist in content development for the JBJS Clinical Classroom educational