Events – Oct 2017

Colors of Courage Raises Record Amount for Hope Scarves and Cancer Research LOUISVILLE A record amount, over $151,000, was raised

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Just an Arm’s Length and a Day Away

LOUISVILLE The days of lengthy hospital stays for surgical procedures are long gone. Much of this is fueled by payers,

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A Joint Effort

LEXINGTON Repairing and replacing knees and hip joints is what Tharun Karthikeyan, MD does for a living. He’s well trained

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Bringing the Best to Bowling Green

BOWLING GREEN In recent years, the evolution of America’s healthcare system became inevitable. Phillip J. Singer, MD, an orthopedic surgeon

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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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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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Patient-Driven. Precision-Made.

LOUISVILLE No surgeon is perfect. Even the most precise, experienced surgeons have a margin of human error. But, what if

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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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You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Till It’s Gone

LEXINGTON For many people, the convenience and function of their hands is not something they truly appreciate until it is

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Hand Surgery in the Digital Age

LEXINGTON The technological advances made throughout the past decade that we now enjoy in our day-to-day lives have been nothing

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