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James E. Voos MD, named new Chair of Department of Orthopaedics

 James E. Voos, MD James E. Voos, MD, has been named Chair of the Department of Orthopaedics at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center. He served as the interim Chair for the past eight months. Dr. Voos is a renowned expert in Orthopaedic...

In the Spotlight: Robert J. Gillespie, MD

Shoulder and elbow surgeon balances practice, research and education Innovations in Orthopaedics - Fall 2018  Robert J. Gillespie, MD Patients express gratitude in many ways – a card, a positive review or even by simply resuming their daily...

Concussion Management Program Delivers Integrated Care

Physicians also investigate ways to put youth athlete testing on par with pros UH Innovations in Orthopaedics - Fall 2018  Susannah Briskin, MD  Christopher Bailey, PhD  James Voos, MD Concussion is one of the most common injuries among...

It's in the Bones

Doctors gain new insights from Hamann-Todd Human Osteological Collection UH Innovations in Orthopaedics - Fall 2018    Raymond Liu, MD When researching orthopaedic conditions such as arthritis, 100-year-old bones may not be the first source...

Data-Driven Stem Cell Therapy

UH Sports Medicine Institute leads the way in regenerative medicine Innovations in Orthopaedics - Fall 2018  James Voos, MD Stem cells act as the body's internal repair system, dividing in unlimited quantity to replenish other cells. Their...

Spine Solutions

New UH spine surgeon brings expertise with minimally invasive techniques, advanced technology to the West Side UH Clinical Update - August 2018  Gabriel Smith, MD Spine surgery is increasingly becoming a minimally invasive endeavor, with...

Curtailing Complications

Hip arthroscopy innovation now employed at UH represents paradigm shift for the surgery UH Clinical Update - July 2018    Michael Salata, MD Orthopaedic surgeons at University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio, are the first in Northeast Ohio to...

Expedited Care for Broken Bones

New UH Geriatric Fracture Program streamlines care when time is of the essence UH Clinical Update - June 2018  Jeffrey Shroyer, MD When an elderly person falls and breaks a hip, the clock starts ticking. Any delay in getting the patient to...

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