OrthoBiologic & Regenerative Medicine: The Future of Healing Is Here, Now.

…at an inflection point, similar to arthroscopy versus open surgery or interventional cardiology versus CT surgery. Imaging tools and techniques continue to evolve, enabling physicians to visualize and access conditions…

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His Big Break

…on that decision. My goal is to achieve the patient’s idea of a successful outcome.” Surgery and/or Therapy When the need arises, Mast performs surgical procedures such as knee replacements…

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Trading Pigs for Pigskin

…Douglas, who also teaches residents, fellows, and medical students, says half his time is spent in the clinic seeing patients and the other half is spent in surgery, with a…

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Good News for Bad Knees

…Orthopedic Institute and is a clinical instructor at UofL’s Department of Orthopedic Surgery where he spearheaded and now directs a hip and knee reconstruction fellowship that will graduate its first…

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Not Your Father’s Orthopedics

“Computer navigation is giving us more information to do better surgery.” — Mark Duber, DO BARDSTOWN Mark Duber, DO, finds the greatest satisfaction as an orthopedic surgeon comes from being…

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Surplus Supplies Save Lives Worldwide — And in Our Own Backyard

…a plastic surgery practice. In 1985, Davis transitioned to a faculty position in the Bellarmine College Department of Nursing, later serving as department chair and working in the Office of…

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News – Aug 2020

…gastroenterology and GI surgery, geriatrics, nephrology, orthopedics and urology. Seven common adult procedures and conditions also received a high-performing designation: aortic valve surgery, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, colon cancer surgery,…

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Focus on Function First

…diagnosis and treatment to address conditions such as ALS, stroke, cancer, amputee surgery, acute concussion, Parkinson’s disease, TBI, and spinal cord impairments resulting from trauma, disease or congenital abnormalities. On…

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Q & A with Danesh Mazloomdoost, MD

…beneficial even when surgery is an option. Wellward Regenerative Medicine’s goal is to “educate patients about their own bodies and guide them on how to optimize their health.” Mazloomdoost elaborates,…

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Ultimate Continuity of Care

…both cancer surgery and chemotherapy, which is very unique. In every other subspecialty that involves oncology, you’re either on the surgical side or the medical side. Gynecologic oncology allows me…

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