Michael Salata, MD
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Innovative Surgery Repairs Hip Dysplasia in Young Competitive Swimmer
UH surgeons used a unique combined arthroscopic and open surgical approach to treat hip dysplasia in Meadow, a 16-year-old competitive swimmer.
Successful Hip Surgery Gets Marathon Runner Back on Track
Marathon runner, Drew Weninger, had a congenital hip condition that threatened his active lifestyle. Learn how orthopedic surgeon, Michael Salata, MD, got him moving again – pain-free.
Innovative Hip Procedure Allows Athlete a Quick Return to the Court
When hip pain interfered with this young athlete’s college basketball hopes, she turned to the sports medicine experts at University Hospitals for help.
High School Athlete Undergoes Surgery to Repair Labral Tears in Both Hips
After a friendly basketball game with friends resulted in damage to Kyle’s right hip, he continued to play through the pain. This ultimately led to labral tears in both hips that required surgery to repair.
High School Athlete Undergoes Successful Meniscus Transplant
When high school football running back Isaiah suffered a severely torn lateral meniscus, he received care from the same team of doctors that treat the Cleveland Browns.