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

LEXINGTON / MT. STERLING, KY Fifty years ago podiatry may have been chiefly concerned with corns and calluses, but todays

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Fixing the Unfixable

GEORGETOWN, KY David Waespe, MD, visited Switzerland twice in a 12-year span, but the trips could not have been more

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He Feels Your Pain

LONDON/RICHMOND, KY It’s important for any physician to be able to communicate expectations to their patients. In some cases, that’s

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Reshaping Remission

NEW ALBANY, IND Say the word “leukemia,” and many people will immediately think of childhood cancer. But, according to the

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A Perfect Fit

WINCHESTER Greg Grau, MD, had decided before he even went to medical school that he wanted a career in orthopedic

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Expansion of Service

LOUISVILLE Cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons know a thing or two about expansion. From tissue expansion to bone distraction, the procedures

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News – Jan 2017

U of L Physicians Adds Three New Orthopedic Surgeons LOUISVILLE University of Louisville Physicians Orthopedics, long recognized as a national

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Video Game Vision, One Millimeter Accuracy

LEXINGTON When Greg D’Angelo, MD, was doing his master’s degree in mechanical engineering, robotic-assisted partial knee replacement was not on

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Killing It Softly

LEXINGTON “It’s like using a scalpel instead of a machete.” We are used to seeing medical breakthroughs make a major

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The Challenges of Aplastic Anemia

LOUISVILLE Aplastic anemia is a complex, relatively rare disease of the hematopoietic stem cells in the bone marrow, according to

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