Most patients with anterior knee pain improve with conservative treatment. For the others, collaborating specialists can develop effective strategies.
A team of Cleveland Clinic physicians has debunked the idea that all musculoskeletal exams need to be done in person. A recent study summarizes best practices and provides step-by-step guidance on using telemedicine to conduct physical exams of the lower extremity.
A recently published framework illustrates Cleveland Clinic’s strategy for integrating virtual care with orthopaedics.
Daily interdisciplinary rounds can be challenging for busy healthcare providers. A nurse at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus led a research study on the use of virtual rounds to connect the team and patient.
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Providing comprehensive post-op instructions to patients who have had joint replacements can help minimize complications and hospital readmissions. A nurse creates a video to educate as many patients as possible.
Biologics in orthopaedic repair will be the No. 6 most influential medical innovation for 2020, predict experts at Cleveland Clinic.
The science behind how functional medicine works is empiric and case based, but not well documented in peer-reviewed literature. Leading rheumatologist and researcher Dr. Elaine Husni has been named Chair of Translational Functional Medicine Research to help change that.
In this video series, Richard Parker, MD, Head Team Physician for 2016 NBA Champions, the Cleveland Cavaliers, discusses the care of elite athletes at the professional level. Hear what’s different about the pro environment in this short clip.
Exercise medicine physicians and radiologists regard musculoskeletal ultrasound as an important alternative to CR, X-ray and MRI modalities, specifically when it comes to sports-related injuries.
This novel head impact dosimeter meets NFL validity specs in lab testing by ensuring that impact sensors and the head move as one. Here’s why it holds potential for widespread use in concussion monitoring.