The Ortho Show

The Ortho Show

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May 5, 2021 31 min
Dr. Sutton is a board certified sports medicine surgeon with expertise in arthroscopy of the shoulder, knee and hip. She is an Associate Attending Orthopedic Surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery and a member of the Sports Medicine Institute and Women’s Sports Medicine Center at HSS. She is also Chief Medical Officer for World Lacrosse and Team Physician for US Ski & Snowboard. She has an amazing passion for fitness and pract...
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PitchPro is the best of orthopedics pitched to the best in orthopedics. Kevin Rocco, CEO of Biorez, is pitching the future of tendon and ligament healing. Biorez has been developing a revolutionary proprietary technology called BioBrace™. It's a regenerative implant that can be added at the time of surgery to reinforce the repair and act as a scaffold to improve and facilitate the healing process. Tune in to hear the advice...
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Kevin Kruse, MD, joins us this episode to discuss all the fantastic things he's done just 6 years into practice. Dr. Kruse is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, LLP, with extensive training in the shoulder, elbow, and hand. Dr. Kruse completed a fellowship on the hand and upper extremities at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center before traveling to Lyon, France, to complete a fellowshi...
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Dr. Sigman and our latest guest, Dr. Ran Schwarzkopf, recently met and through this episode, we hear they share a lot of connections. Orthopedics is such a large profession and is a small world with so many common threads. Dr. Ran Schwarzkopf is an orthopedic surgeon at NYU Langone Health who specializes in hip and knee reconstruction and is a full Professor at the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at NYU Grossman School of Medi...
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Continuing to bring you the best of the best on The Ortho Show. Excited to have the official fact checker of our show this week, Dr. William Levine. He listens to each episode and then critiques it to Dr. Sigman. :) He is a nationally and globally renowned specialist in arthroscopic and open shoulder, elbow, and knee surgery, and sports medicine. He is Chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University's C...
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Continuing to bring you the best of the best in orthopedics. Our guest this week has 27 peer-reviewed publications and he's still in residency. We have Dr. Dhanur Damodar joining this episode. He's currently the Chief Resident at University of Miami and prepping to join the Windy City at Rush University/Midwest Orthopedics to do his sports medicine fellowship next year. He gives us insight and perspective on what training i...
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Regenerative medicine is a complicated space and we get key questions answered for our listeners during this episode. What is PRP? What are stem cells? Does it work? Does it not work? Is it worth the extra money? Who do I go to? We discuss these key questions with Dr. Steven Sampson, one of the nation's pioneers in regenerative medicine. He's a top sports medicine doctor in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills and is internatio...
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"When you get out of bed, give the best you can. By the end of the day, ask yourself if you were meaningful." Insightful words from this week's episode with Dr. Michell Ruiz, a world-renowned sports medicine surgeon who thinks in a meaningful, philosophical and spiritual way. Dr. Ruiz practices in Mexico City at the Department of Surgery in Elbow and Shoulder at the National Institute of Rehabilitation. He is the u...
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Bringing you more of the best of the best in orthopedics. Dr. Mary O'Connor is a Healthcare Entrepreneur committed to improving the delivery of musculoskeletal care. She is a thought leader in orthopedics and an innovative orthopedic surgeon. Dr. O'Connor is thinking about orthopedics in a whole new light from the view of a patient level with continuum of care. She is the Founder of Movement is Life, a multi-stakeholder nat...
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Dr. Nirav Amin is an orthopedic surgeon at Restore Orthopedics Spine and Sports Center in Southern California. We discussed a timely topic on potential challenges with Tiger Woods fractures and injuries suffered in a car accident on February 23rd. Dr. Amin and Dr. Sigman are not treating physicians to Tiger Woods and discuss their past history treating these type of injuries and potential challenges in recovery. Find out more ab...
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Dr. Asif Ilyas is an orthopedic surgeon, partner and board member at the Rothman Institute, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University, President of the Rothman Opioid Foundation and Program Director of the Hand Surgery Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University. He is also a Team Physician for the Philadelphia Eagles and 76ers. Have we mentioned we bring you the best of the best in orthopedics? Topics include: ...
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Medical device sales reps, listen in! Ciro Roemer, former Company Group Chairman for Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices for North America, joins us for this episode. You're going to want to write down these pearls of wisdom from a top orthopedic executive with 35 years of industry experience. He joined us when he was enjoying his first week of retirement. Topics include: -It's a team effort from medical device ma...
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It says a lot when we had a hard time deciding to call this episode either "International Rockstar" or "The Meteor" for this surgeon's meteoric rise in orthopedic surgeries. Dr. Chahla is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in the treatment of complex knee, hip, and all sports related injuries. He is a team physician for the Chicago White Sox, Chicago Bulls and Chicago Fire. He did his education in his home co...
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Dr. Kelechi Okoroha, remember this name in the orthopedic world! He's just 2 years out of fellowship and just got offered to be on the medical staff for the Minnesota Timberwolves. He trained at Rush, arguably one of the best sports medicine fellowships in the country, and played basketball at Xavier University, still finding a way to study and applying to medical school. Our topics discussed include: -Remarkable story how h...
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Quite a resume with our guest during this episode, including writing a textbook (not a chapter or excerpt, but fill-on textbook!), "Foundations of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery." Dr. Namdari is a shoulder and elbow surgeon and associate professor of orthopedic surgery at Thomas Jefferson University. He is committed to evidence-based medicine and discuss some of his key research in upper extremity. Other discussion topics inclu...
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We're taking the 36,000-foot view with all the things being done right in the orthopedic space. Joining us for this episode, we have one of the great non-orthopedic leaders in the orthopedic service line, anesthesiologist and pediatrician, Dr. Zeev Kain. Adding to his long list of accomplishments, he's a professor at UCI and Yale, as well as founder and President for American College of Perioperative Medicine. We keep bring...
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Dr. Benjamin Schwartz joins for this episode, orthopedic surgeon who specializes in joint replacement in Beverly, MA and is Chief Innovation Officer at Healent. He was named a Top Voice of LinkedIn with his thought-provoking commentary and interest in healthcare technology. Dr. Schwartz recently challenged big tech and we discuss his letter to Apple CEO, Tim Cook. Discussion topics include: -Big tech turned eye to healthcare a...
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When you think of cartilage, you think of Dr. Bert Mandelbaum. Other Fro titles for Dr. Mandelbaum include "Defenders of ACL's" and the "OG and pioneer of orthopedic medical care for soccer in the US." The key discussion points include: -Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute is now the largest sports medicine fellowship in the world and discussed taking the legacy of Kerlan-Jobe to the next level with research ...
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We're talking shoulder's with Dr. Paul Favorito, Clinical Director of Shoulder and Upper Extremity service line for Christ Hospital. It's the chutzpah episode since if Dr. Favorito isn't happy with his results, he'll go learn a new operation. Hot topics include: -His philosophy on being a shoulder surgeon of learning, practice and execution. Constant learning from peers is part of his mantra -Indications...
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No rivalry with these orthopedic surgeons on opposing coasts! We've spanned 3000 miles for this podcast with Dr. Ronald Navarro in Southern California and Dr. Scott Sigman hosting in Massachusetts. Dr. Navarro is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine and is the regional chief of orthopedic surgery at Kaiser Permanente. This includes managing 200 orthopedic surgeons in 13 centers from San Diego to Santa Barbar...
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