Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Guidelines for Discussing Patient Expectations
Columbia orthopedic faculty conduct a study outlining the patient perspective on what constitutes improvements in outcomes related to pain relief and improved function.
Augmenting Repair Where the Tendon Meets the Bone
Columbia’s orthopedic researchers define tendon enthesis mechanical properties critical for a durable attachment.
Robotic Spine Surgery: Weighing the Benefits
Columbia orthopedic spine surgeons evaluate the accuracy and benefit of computerized navigation and robotics for spinal deformity surgery, focusing on their impact on clinical outcomes.
Columbia Orthopedics: Leading the Field in Sports Medicine
Our sports medicine physicians, many of whom have been competitive athletes, have a distinguished record of returning players to their sport in optimal form.
Cervical Spinal Stenosis and Spastic Cerebral Palsy
When David P. Roye, Jr., MD, began seeing adult patients with mild to moderate cerebral palsy, he identified a presentation pattern that gave him pause.
Intervertebral Discs: From Degeneration to Regeneration
Degenerative disc disease is one of the most common causes of back pain and sciatica, and most people over the age of 30 already have some degree though they may not show symptoms for many years.
Sharing Expertise with International Colleagues
In the last three years, over 200 surgeons from 31 countries have traveled to the Daniel and Jane Och Spine Hospital to learn advanced and innovative surgical techniques from Dr. Lawrence Lenke and his colleagues.
An Integrated Orthopedic and Neurosurgery Spine Fellowship
The Department of Orthopedics at NYP/Columbia University Irving Medical Center welcomed both orthopedic and neurosurgery fellows into the recently integrated fellowship program.
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