Dr. Annebelle Volgman, Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of the Heart Center for Women at Rush University Medical Center, discusses Atrial Fibrillation and other
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Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA – Practice Overview
Dr. Cole’s discusses the management of joint pain and problems in the elbow, shoulder and knee.
Ski Season: Learn how to Optimize Your Performance and Minimize Your Injuries
Steve Kashul and Dr. Brian Cole talk with Physical Therapist and Trainer Eric Mills from Athletico?about Proper?Conditioning and how to avoid Ski Injuries this Season.
Return to Sport and Performance After Microfracture in Knees of NBA Players
Hypotheses:?(1) There would be a high rate of return to sport (RTS) in NBA players following microfracture, (2) players would RTS the season following surgery,
What is Patellofemoral Syndrome and How Do I Get Rid of It?
Pain directly in the front of the knee is most commonly referred to as patellofemoral syndrome or anterior knee pain.?? The development of patellofemoral syndrome
If I Develop a Meniscus Tear, What are my Options and do I need Immediate Surgery?
A meniscus is a piece of c-shaped cartilage that functions as a shock absorbing cushion between the femur (thigh bone) and tibia (shin bone).? Each
Will I Be Able to Stay Active After a Knee Replacement?
Presented by Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Total knee arthroplasty, or knee replacement, is a surgical procedure to treat advanced arthritis of the knee. Knee replacements
Hip Pain in Young Athletes
Understanding Hip Pain: Causes, Prevention and Treatment. Interview with Dr. Shane Nho from Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush. [10:44] Related articles 6 Things You Need
THE BLOOD INJECTIONS THAT MIGHT TRANSFORM ORTHOPEDICS
Chris Waddell has been an ?lite athlete for more than two decades. He has won twelve medals in downhill skiing, including five golds, in four