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  1. Sept. 23, 2022

    A comprehensive, expedited approach for nonunions

    A Mayo Clinic orthopedic surgeon explains her approach to nonunions — surgically repaired fractures from trauma that never heal. This article covers questions she asks herself in evaluation, risk factors, repair m[...]

  2. Sept. 23, 2022

    Obesity and total joint arthroplasty

    Orthopedic surgeons at Mayo Clinic modify the risk factors of total knee arthroplasty (TKA) or total hip arthroplasty (THA) for a patient with morbid obesity.

  3. Sept. 23, 2022

    Osseointegration: Making prosthetics possible for high-leg amputations

    Mayo Clinic orthopedic surgeons now perform osseointegration, an FDA-approved procedure improving prosthetic attachment for patients with high-leg amputations.

  4. Sept. 23, 2022

    RPNI lowers post-amputation pain

    Regenerative peripheral nerve interface (RPNI) can reduce potentially symptomatic neuromas. In this procedure, transected nerve endings are implanted into the muscle graft, often from the amputated limb, to reinnervate [...]

  5. Sept. 23, 2022

    Knee cartilage graft procedure restores malunited wrist joint

    A Mayo Clinic orthopedic surgeon repaired a young basketball player's wrist malunion with suboptimal healing in which the boy's carpal bones became trapped in a hole in the wrist joint.

  6. April 15, 2022

    Osteoporosis in COVID-19

    Mayo specialists share creative clinical solutions to balance the benefits of uninterrupted treatment with the risks of exposure to COVID-19 and its variants.

  7. Feb. 25, 2022

    Combined neurosurgical and orthopedic training facilitates complex spinal surgery

    Mayo Clinic neurosurgeons apply skills acquired through combined neurosurgical and orthopedic fellowship training in spinal procedures. The complementary skill sets optimize patient care.

  8. Feb. 21, 2022

    ربط الجس?... الفقري: خيار آخر لعلاج الجنف في الأطفال

    مدينة روتشستر، ولاية مينيسوتا- لطالما كانت جراحة الدمج علاجًا طويل الأمد للأشخاص المصابين بالجنف- انحناء العمود الفقري من جنب إلى آخر. لكن ظهرت خيارات أخرى - منها ربط الجسم الفقري للأطفال المصابين بالجنف. وقالت إيه. نويل ل[...]

  9. Feb. 09, 2022

    Managing complex distal radial fractures

    Mayo Clinic orthopedic surgeons collaborate with other specialists to manage the care of individuals with comorbidities that can increase the risks of wrist surgery.

  10. Feb. 09, 2022

    Success with ultrasound-guided aspirations of hip arthroplasties

    Orthopedic surgeons apply a technique developed at Mayo Clinic that yields sufficient synovial fluid for culture in most patients, including individuals with high body mass index.

  11. Feb. 09, 2022

    Foot and ankle care: From sports medicine to complex anomalies

    Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, employs a patient-centered approach that helps injured athletes return to play and young people with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease gain optimal foot and ankle function.

  12. Feb. 09, 2022

    Managing post-surgical pain without opioids

    Mayo Clinic's nonopioid protocol, used for anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions, meniscus surgeries, and labral and rotator cuff repairs, comprises preoperative analgesics, intraoperative local infiltration analge[...]

  13. Feb. 09, 2022

    Managing weight and diabetes before joint replacement surgery

    Reducing the risk of postoperative infections in patients with underlying conditions who have hip or knee replacements requires balancing individuals' desire for pain-relieving joint replacements with surgeons' desire t[...]

  14. Jan. 18, 2022

    Identifying best candidates with avascular necrosis for regenerative alternative to hip replacement

    A regenerative alternative to total hip replacement delayed the need for artificial implants by at least seven years for 35% of patients who had surgery for avascular necrosis.

  15. Aug. 06, 2021

    Young adult hip and pelvic conditions: Comprehensive approach for optimal care

    The multidisciplinary team in the Young Hip Clinic can provide precise diagnoses for individuals with hip and pelvic problems. A range of treatment options — including operative and nonoperative management —[...]

  16. Aug. 06, 2021

    Successful transition to outpatient total joint arthroplasty

    Mayo Clinic's multidisciplinary care team is performing more outpatient total hip and knee arthroplasty procedures. Same-day physical therapy and patient education help patients to go home quickly.

  17. Aug. 06, 2021

    New directions for orthopedic surgery research

    Mayo Clinic's chair of Orthopedic Surgery Research discusses artificial intelligence and other research goals, including cartilage regeneration and the prevention and treatment of orthopedic infections.

  18. Aug. 06, 2021

    Ankle injuries: Seeking stability and a return to activity

    Mayo Clinic treats up to 250 patients with ankle fractures a year. As treatment modalities evolve, orthopedic surgeons take an individualized approach.

  19. Aug. 06, 2021

    3D printing for joint reconstruction in compromised bone

    Mayo Clinic routinely uses sophisticated technology to re-create a patient's bony defects, facilitating surgical correction to restore joint function.

  20. Aug. 06, 2021

    Sports analytics: Identifying at-risk athletes before injuries occur

    Mayo Clinic's work with the Minnesota Twins on Tommy John and soft tissue injuries exemplifies the use of sports analytics to maximize athletic performance.

  21. Feb. 20, 2021

    Multidisciplinary and coordinated approach to limb lengthening care

    Lengthening rods, external fixation, and other implantable devices made from metals or polyether ether ketone polymers can change limb angles in children and adults.

  22. Feb. 20, 2021

    Rotator cuff repair: Working toward a biologic treatment

    Mayo Clinic's Center for Regenerative Medicine is working to develop electrospun fibers that, when surgically inserted, can promote tendon healing.

  23. Feb. 20, 2021

    Mayo surgeons' deployments: Benefits for military and civilian patients

    Patient volume and the acuity of injuries seen at Mayo Clinic make orthopedic specialists well prepared for deployment. They also bring new techniques from their military experience back to Mayo.

  24. Feb. 20, 2021

    Optimizing hip care: Mayo's narrow yet wide approach

    When patients with hip pain have structural problems that need to be addressed, Mayo orthopedic specialists can do both arthroscopic and open surgery in a single stage.

  25. Feb. 16, 2021

    Artificial intelligence: Potential to improve knee arthritis care

    Artificial intelligence can identify and classify knee osteoarthritis on radiographs as accurately as surgeons. It has the potential to decrease inaccurate assessments and improve outcomes for patients.

  26. Feb. 16, 2021

    Spinal implant infections: Enhanced diagnosis and prevention

    At Mayo Clinic, a bundled set of simple, cost-effective protocols reduced the rate of surgical site infection (SSI) after spinal procedures by 67% over 10 years.

  27. Feb. 16, 2021

    Pedicle screw placement: Robotic assistance for greater precision

    Accurate placement of pedicle screws is key to avoiding the potential complications of spinal fusion surgery and improving overall spinal fixation.

  28. Feb. 16, 2021

    Vertebral column resection: Multidisciplinary approach to complex spinal deformity

    Orthopedic surgeons routinely work alongside neurosurgeons and other specialists to optimize outcomes and enhance patient safety in complex procedures such as vertebral column resection (VCR).

  29. Feb. 16, 2021

    Revision ACL surgery: A comprehensive approach

    Bruce A. Levy, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, discusses Mayo's approach to revision anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery.

  30. Feb. 16, 2021

    Patient-specific instrumentation for shoulder arthroplasty

    Sophisticated preoperative planning and the use of patient-specific instrumentation are key to optimizing glenoid component choice and position and maximizing surgical outcomes.

  31. Feb. 16, 2021

    Executing the preoperative plan: Computer-guided shoulder arthroplasty

    Mayo Clinic uses computer-guided intraoperative navigation to help ensure the proper placement of glenoid components.

  32. Feb. 16, 2021

    Incisionless, ultrasound-guided approach for carpal tunnel release

    Mayo Clinic orthopedic surgeons perform thread ultrasound-guided carpal tunnel release under local anesthesia, reducing patient recovery times.

  33. Jan. 19, 2021

    Comprehensive, innovative approach provides novel treatment and specialized care for patients with pediatric scoliosis

    Mayo Clinic pediatric spine surgeons perform complex tumor, deformity and spine surgeries for patients with severe conditions that require a team-based approach to treatment.

  34. March 27, 2020

    Novel technique for extensor mechanism augmentation

    Benefits of the free four-stranded graft include the addition of autogeneic tissue, decreased risk of patellar fracture, fewer hardware complications and accelerated rehabilitation.

  35. March 27, 2020

    Promoting healing: Vascularized bone transfer for spine and pelvis reconstruction

    Mayo orthopedic surgeons use free vascularized fibula grafts for reconstruction after tumor resection in the spine and pelvis, with a successful union in more than 90% of patients.

  36. March 27, 2020

    Multidisciplinary management of congenital hand anomalies

    Early referral is key to optimal outcomes for children with congenital hand anomalies. Mayo specialists coordinate to provide their best recommendations for diagnosis, treatment and emotional support.

  37. March 27, 2020

    Salvage surgery for failed toe joint replacement

    A unique revision surgery for people who experience a failed first metatarsophalangeal joint replacement involves removal of the implant and reconstruction of the great toe to restore function and relieve pain.

  38. March 27, 2020

    Navigating the hope and hype of regenerative medicine

    For patients who aren't good candidates for orthopedic surgery and haven't responded to physical therapy or steroid or hyaluronic acid injections, orthobiologics may fill the treatment gap.

  39. March 27, 2020

    Saphenous nerve neuroma after total knee arthroplasty

    About 20% of patients who have a total knee arthroplasty are dissatisfied, often due to residual pain. The cause frequently turns out to be an infrapatellar saphenous nerve neuroma.

  40. Jan. 31, 2020

    Teamwork, technology give hope to kids with hand anomalies

    Mayo Clinic Children's Center brings broad experience in microsurgery, bone lengthening and straightening, free tissue transfer, and infant and pediatric prosthetics to provide integrated care for children with hand ano[...]

  41. Sept. 24, 2019

    Spinal care: Team approach at the bedside and in the lab

    Mayo Clinic's orthopedic surgeons work alongside neurosurgeons and ENT surgeons to optimize the results of complex procedures.

  42. Sept. 24, 2019

    Foot and ankle surgery: Helping patients reach their goals

    Mayo Clinic's orthopedic surgeons specializing in foot and ankle procedures can help athletes to safely achieve their goals.

  43. Sept. 24, 2019

    Back pain after back surgery: The SI joint and adjacent segment disease

    Mayo Clinic's approach focuses on the sacroiliac (SI) joint, an underrecognized source of pain. The SI joint can react adversely to increased forces after spinal fusion.

  44. Sept. 24, 2019

    Soft tissue sarcoma: Technology and expertise to improve care

    Wound-healing complications are common after surgical resection for soft tissue sarcoma. Intraoperative fluorescence angiography assesses blood flow and tissue perfusion, allowing for the surgical removal of nonviable t[...]

  45. Sept. 24, 2019

    EMG with motion analysis optimizes care for upper motor neuron syndrome

    A Mayo Clinic laboratory uses dynamic electromyography with motion analysis to identify candidates for muscle transfer surgery. The procedure can help restore upper-body function and reduce pain.

  46. Sept. 24, 2019

    Determining the optimal approach for proximal humeral fractures

    Mayo Clinic's orthopedic surgeons have experience with both surgical repair and reverse total shoulder replacement. The breadth of available options facilitates individualized treatment.

  47. Dec. 29, 2018

    New option for massive irreparable rotator cuff tears

    Orthopedic surgeons use an acellular human dermal allograft to perform superior capsule reconstruction (SCR) and employ the leftover allograft to resurface the undersurface of the acromion, providing more-durable outcom[...]

  48. Dec. 29, 2018

    Novel stem cell therapy for repair of knee cartilage

    A unique approach to repairing knee cartilage mixes donor mesenchymal stem cells from the Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine stem cell bank with recycled autologous cells to quickly obtain enough cells to fill[...]

  49. Dec. 22, 2018

    Hip arthroscopy: Focus on underlying abnormalities

    Mayo Clinic's comprehensive, evidence-based approach to hip arthroscopy focuses on correcting the underlying bony abnormalities that drive the process of labral tears.

  50. Dec. 22, 2018

    Improved technique for extensor mechanism reconstruction

    A new technique for extensor mechanism reconstruction after total knee arthroplasty relies on a stepwise approach that helps ensure that the mesh is properly incorporated into the host soft tissues.

  51. Dec. 22, 2018

    Cervical spine surgery: Intraoperative monitoring to avoid complications

    Routine use of somatosensory- and motor-evoked potentials and electromyography allows a multidisciplinary team of orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, physiatrists and electrophysiologists to monitor nerve pathways and pr[...]

  52. Sept. 18, 2018

    Pediatric limb salvage: Team approach to orthopedic oncology

    Mayo Clinic specialists work together to maximize outcomes for children with long bone sarcomas.

  53. Sept. 18, 2018

    Upper extremity reconstruction in tetraplegia

    Mayo Clinic uses standard hand surgical techniques to increase patients' independence after spinal cord injuries.

  54. Sept. 18, 2018

    UCL injuries: Defining risk and improving treatment

    Mayo Clinic is working to prevent ulnar collateral ligament injuries, and to tailor treatment to an individual athlete's needs.

  55. Sept. 18, 2018

    Less invasive approach to lumbar fusion

    The new technique allows surgeons to avoid the extensive soft tissue and muscle dissection associated with open surgery.

  56. Sept. 18, 2018

    Customized implants for knee replacements

    The customized implants work more precisely with the patient's ligaments and tendons, avoiding off-the-shelf compromises.

  57. April 20, 2018

    Complex foot deformities: A case study

    Complex foot and ankle deformities are challenging for both physicians and patients. Surgeons must take into account not only the type, location and severity of the deformity, but also patient goals and level of social [...]

  58. March 20, 2018

    Robotic full knee replacement in Florida

    Accurate balance of ligaments and soft tissue is key to successful full knee replacement. Robot-assisted technology provides intraoperative information to help achieve that balance, increasing patients' satisfaction wit[...]

  59. March 20, 2018

    Total elbow replacement: Matching the success of hips and knees

    A prosthetic elbow developed at Mayo Clinic has minimal rates of revision, offering a stable and durable joint replacement for people with debilitating elbow injuries.

  60. Feb. 25, 2017

    Distal radius fractures in older versus younger patients

    The goal of treatment is to restore the previous level of function with minimal risk, but the appropriate treatment may vary, depending on the patient's age and activity level, existing medical conditions, bone quality,[...]

  61. Sept. 23, 2016

    Minimally invasive spine surgery: Hit or miss?

    The goal of minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) is to achieve outcomes equivalent to open surgery while minimizing soft tissue damage. Although pain and recovery times are often reduced in MISS, long-term outcomes a[...]

  62. Combining expertise to treat traumatic injuries

    Combining expertise to treat traumatic injuries

  63. advances-in-articular-cartilage-defect-management

    advances-in-articular-cartilage-defect-management

  64. Specialized care for infected joints

    Specialized care for infected joints

  65. Direct anterior hip arthroplasty

    Direct anterior hip arthroplasty

  66. In-office arthroscopy for diagnosing knee pathology

    In-office arthroscopy for diagnosing knee pathology