Have arthritis in the elbow? This channel contains various exercises that may help alleviate discomfort.
Dr. Ebraheim is the Chairman of Orthopaedics and the Residency Program Director at The University of Toledo Medical Center, Toledo, Ohio, United States of America. Dr. Ebraheim is very involved in Orthopaedic education and research. He has great passion for education, and his videos clearly reflect his teaching techniques. His goal is to spread orthopaedic education to the whole world. He has authored or co-authored more than 450 papers in peer review journals. Dr. Ebraheim scored 99th percentile in his recent certification exam in 2004, and scored 100th percentile in 2015.
With 11 hospitals and more than 200 locations across Chicagoland, Northwestern Medicine delivers better medicine close to where you live and work. We are anchored by Northwestern Memorial Hospital, ranked No. 1 in Illinois by U.S. News & World Report, 2021 – 2022, and are committed to helping patients and communities enjoy better health and well-being. What makes us better, makes you better.
By Dr Uma Srikumaran, Johns Hopkins Institute, Baltimore, USA and many more discuss shoulder health in sports and more!
Orthopaedic Principles is committed to deliver the highest standards of Education to Orthopaedic Consultants and Residents.
The University of Washington Department of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine is actively involved in quality patient care, teaching, and research concerning bone and joint problems. Special areas of expertise include foot and ankle, hand and microvascular, hip and knee, arthritis, sports medicine, pediatric orthopedics, shoulder and elbow, spine, trauma, and tumors.
The University of Washington's UW Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Residency program is discussed. From research, to training, to faculty, to the resident experience; details of this highly-regarded program is reviewed in full.
"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck Reveal Their 12 Tricks to Fall Asleep Fast and to Sleep All Night Like A Baby.
An Extended Review for the Management of Massive and Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears. A massive rotator cuff tear is not necessarily irreparable, and an irreparable tear is not always massive. The number of tendons involved, the quality of the tissue, and the decreased acromiohumeral distance are as important as the size of the tear in determining reparability.
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