Intra-articular hyaluronic acid injections, also known as viscosupplementation, are a common treatment option for many patients with end-stage osteoarthritis of the knee. However, the effectiveness
Category: Guest Post
This guest post comes from Jaime Bellamy, DO in response to a recent randomized clinical trial reported in JAMA Network Open and featured in MedPage
Cemented vs. Cementless Hemiarthroplasty for Femoral Neck Fractures
This commentary comes from guest contributor Matthew Deren, MD, in response to a recent study in The New England Journal of Medicine. To cement or
This guest post comes from David Vizurraga, MD in response to a study in JAMA investigating platelet-rich plasma vs. placebo in the treatment of knee
Keeping the Patient at the Center of Decisions in Our Quest for Evidence-Based Treatment
This OrthoBuzz guest post comes from Paul E. Matuszewski, MD, in response to a recent article in the New York Times. The ever-increasing importance of
This guest post comes from Dr. Andrew Schoenfeld, co-host with Dr. Antonia Chen of the new JBJS podcast, Your Case Is On Hold. It
Clinical Relevance vs Statistical Significance: The Good, The Bad, and The Future of Sexual Harassment in Orthopaedic Surgery
This guest post comes from Jennifer Beck, MD. As a female, mid-career orthopaedic surgeon, I believe I bring a unique perspective to reporting on the changes that I have witnessed over the past 15
Cost, Value, and Maintenance of Certification: One Surgeon’s Thoughts
This guest post comes from David Vizurraga, MD in response to a recent JBJS Orthopaedic Forum article. Additional perspective on this topic is provided by JBJS Editor-in-Chief Dr.
This guest post comes from David Kovacevic, MD, FAAOS, who provides a summary overview of recent episodes of the OrthoJOE podcast. The July 2021 OrthoJOE podcasts from JBJS and OrthoEvidence, featuring Mohit Bhandari, MD and Marc Swiontkowski,
Is It Time to Use Ultrasound in Diagnosing Zone-II Flexor Tendon Injuries?
OrthoBuzz occasionally receives posts from guest bloggers. In response to a recent article in Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology by Bekhet et al., this commentary