Fixing the Unfixable

…much better certainly helps the recovery process.” Pain management is an important aspect of any patient interaction, and Kentucky Orthopedic Associates has taken a proactive approach to educating patients and…

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News – Sep 2018

…survey. The program was analyzed in six categories: leadership, clinical management, research, community outreach, professional education, and quality improvement. KENTUCKYONE HEALTH SURGICAL ASSOCIATES IN LEXINGTON ADDS NEW SURGEONS LEXINGTON Two…

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Welcome to the Orthopedic, Sports, and Physical Medicine Issue

…Kibler, MD, conceptualized The Shoulder Center of Kentucky as a facility dedicated to comprehensive shoulder repair and rehabilitation. Ten years later, in 1993, The Pain Treatment Center of the Bluegrass…

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He Feels Your Pain

…joint pain might require a surgery,” Shah says. “A lot of things respond well to therapy and conservative measures. Just because the advanced imaging shows an abnormality doesn’t necessarily mean…

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New KentuckyOne Health Foot and Ankle Surgeon Makes His Mark in the Bluegrass

…between 30–60 years old with about an equal number of male and female patients. He works with primary care providers through referrals and sometimes needs their help with medical management

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Crisis and Cures

…practicing risk management doesn’t prevent future risks from entering your life, having a plan will not help you avert every potential crisis. Yet proper planning can help mitigate the effects…

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Physical Therapy – Medicine in Motion

…to move again, without reliance on pain medication. When patients take narcotic pain medication for an extended time, they actually become hypersensitive to pain and must work harder to regain…

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U of L Sports Medicine Doctor Promotes Platelet-Rich Plasma for Chronic and Acute Injuries

…had steroid shots but are now at the point where they have to decide if they want to have surgery or just learn to live with the pain and discomfort…

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What’s New at Shriners Hospital for Children Medical Center-Lexington?

…conditions were the results of the polio epidemic which required long hospital stays and significant rehabilitation. With polio largely cured and the advent of new surgical techniques and management strategies,…

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Physician Activity Now Under OIG Scrutiny: Revenue Impacts

…OIG issues a work plan item applicable to your practice. Proactive risk management of these areas will facilitate compliant coding and billing practices and reduce the risk of recoupments and…

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