As AAOS 2023 nears, plan to attend these paper, poster and symposium presentations by Cleveland Clinic orthopaedic staff.Read More
Strong association identified between patients’ confidence in attaining desired level of physical activity post-total joint replacement and achieving improved postop functionality.
Preliminary results of our postop pain management study are exceptionally promising, suggesting no deep infections or nerve injuries in the catheter group.
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.
The Sideline Guidelines app for treating sports injuries is now better than ever thanks to new features like annotated images and linked references.
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Spontaneous hematoma in an extremity without history of trauma should arouse clinical suspicion and may require imaging and even biopsy. Differential diagnosis ranges from intramuscular aneurysm to soft tissue malignancy.
Success with elbow reconstruction has led to a rise in total elbow arthroplasty (TEA) — and also in revision TEA. After years of limited options for catastrophic implant failures, a new revision system shows real promise.
The hemisphere’s largest documented collection of human skeletal remains resides less than a mile from Cleveland Clinic. Here’s how we’ve been using it to advance research and practice in orthopaedics
Innovation in the form of coordinated care in joint replacement satisfies patients’ needs while offering significant cost savings
Learn why our orthopaedic surgeons have embraced care paths for total hip arthroplasty and total knee arthroplasty. Read about the clinical and economic impacts.