David Galos, MD, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA discusses his group’s research of fascia iliaca blocks in hip fracture surgery. How are they done at a busy hospital center? Do they reduce opioid consumptions, and by how much? Do they reduce delirium and improve patient satisfaction? Is this […]
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Outpatient total joints – Why you should be doing them
15:32Interview with Dr. Kevin Plancher, Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, and Team Physician for the US Ski and Snowboard Team. We discuss why you should be doing outpatient total joint replacement, tips for best practices, how […]
Keys to success with the Masquelet technique
15:36Interview with Dr. Benjamin Taylor, Fellowship Director of the Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship at Grant Medical Center, Columbus Ohio, Associate Program Director for OhioHealth Orthopaedic Surgery Residency, and Associate Clinical Professor at Ohio University and Dr. David Galos, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. […]
OrthoClips Podcast Series Season 3 Trailer
0:51Welcome to Season 3 of the podcast. This season we plan to change things up a bit and have more episodes with multiple guests. The aim is to try and bring in multiple perspectives on an issue, maybe even some debates and controversy. Check out the first episode on Masquelet techniques with Drs. Ben Taylor […]
Improving transgender care in orthopaedics
11:00Dr. Corinna Franklin, Director of Sports Medicine at Shriners Hospital, Philadelphia and Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University discusses how we can improve transgender care in orthopaedics.
Social determinants of health in orthopaedic trauma patients
19:57D.r Mara Schenker, MD, FACS, Associate Professor of Orthopaedics, Chief of Orthopaedics at Grady Memorial Hospital, and Director of Orthopaedic Trauma at Emory University School of Medicine discusses social determinants of health in orthopaedic trauma patients. Why is this important? What can orthopaedic surgeons do to assess for these, and how does it affect outcomes?
Managing infected fractures
21:24Dr. David Lowenberg, Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine, Emeritus Chief of Orthopaedic Trauma, and recent past President of OTC International and the FOT discusses the management of infected fractures. He describes the most common mistakes made, his tips for local antibiotic use, which management techniques and principles have evolved […]
Geriatric proximal humerus fractures – what to do?
20:48Surena Namdari, MD, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Fellowship Director and Co-Director of Shoulder & Elbow Research at the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia, and attending surgeon at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals discusses his approach to the management of geriatric proximal humerus fractures. What are the surgical criteria? How should we choose between ORIF and arthroplasty? […]
Fascia iliaca blocks for hip fractures – The new standard?
13:31David Galos, MD, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA discusses his group’s research of fascia iliaca blocks in hip fracture surgery. How are they done at a busy hospital center? Do they reduce opioid consumptions, and by how much? Do they reduce delirium and improve patient satisfaction? Is this […]
Women in orthopaedic surgery – Where are they?
19:34Nancy Yen Shipley, MD, orthopaedic surgeon, speaker, writer, and host of “The 6% with Nancy MD” podcast discusses barriers, dispels myths, tells her personal stories, and suggests how we can improve the current underrepresentation of women in orthopaedic surgery. Dr. Shipley practices at Multnomah Orthopedic Clinic in Portland, OR. Check out her website at nancymd.com […]