1. April 21, 2022

    Hip impingement

    Kelechi R. Okoroha, M.D., orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, discusses evolution of the understanding of hip impingement during the last decade, origins of hip impingement, the treatment approach and how the treatment may at times vary by age group.

  2. April 20, 2022

    Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Working toward more diversity in orthopedic surgery

    Mayo Clinic is working to change the historically low percentage of women and minorities in orthopedic surgery. As part of this effort, Mayo Clinic participated in a program developed by an organization called Nth Dimensions, through which two females participated in a summer clinical and research internship in orthopedic surgery. In addition, an o

  3. April 20, 2022

    Hip care at Mayo Clinic Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

    This video highlights a Mayo Clinic hip care team that uses operative and nonoperative means to restore patients with hip damage to pain-free lifestyles. The video includes the story of a young basketball player with hip impingement.

  4. April 20, 2022

    Knee care at Mayo Clinic Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

    The Mayo Clinic knee care team uses nonoperative and operative treatments to restore patients with knee damage to function and a pain-free lifestyle. Whether it's injectables or cell therapy with orthobiologics, in-office procedures that previously were performed only in the OR, or surgical repairs, the group is known for offering innovative treatm

  5. April 20, 2022

    Patient-physician agreement and outcome determination scores

    Shawn W. O'Driscoll, M.D., Ph.D., orthopedic surgeon at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, discusses a study of an outcome scoring system measured for patient-physician agreement for which he and colleagues published results in the January 2018 Mayo Clinic Proceedings.

  6. April 15, 2022

    Simulation of ideal pediatric trauma resuscitation

    This video simulates a trauma care team preparing and then treating a 5-year-old injured in an ATV crash.

  7. March 28, 2022

    Arthroscopic technique for distal tibial allograft bone augmentation with suture anchor fixation for anterior shoulder instability

    Using a tibial allograft, John M. Tokish, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon at Mayo Clinic's campus in Arizona, augments a patient's bone with suture anchor fixation to repair shoulder instability.

  8. Oct. 20, 2021

    Precision spine care

    Mayo Clinic offers the next generation of precision spine care. Learn more about how Mayo Clinic can help provide your patient the best care possible.

  9. Sept. 29, 2021

    Thread ultrasound-guided carpal tunnel release

    This incisionless release — known as thread ultrasound-guided carpal tunnel release (TCTR) — uses an abrasive thread looped percutaneously to dissect the transverse carpal ligament (TCL) and is performed using local anesthesia.

  10. Feb. 16, 2021

    Anterior vertebral body tethering: A thoracoscopic fusionless procedure for skeletally immature patients with scoliosis

    Mayo Clinic pediatric orthopedic surgeons A. Noelle Larson, M.D., and Todd A. Milbrandt, M.D., demonstrate anterior vertebral body tethering on patients with scoliosis

  11. July 02, 2020

    Function-altering surgery post-spinal cord injury

    Peter C. Rhee, D.O., discusses life- and function-altering procedures for patients with spinal cord injuries.

  12. July 05, 2017

    Mayo Clinic uses stem cell therapy to treat arthritis in knee

    Researchers at Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida have conducted the world's first prospective, blinded and placebo-controlled clinical study to test the benefit of using bone marrow stem cells to reduce arthritic pain and disability in knees.

  13. March 08, 2017

    Demystifying sarcoma

    Medical oncologists, Scott H. Okuno, M.D., Steven I. Robinson, M.B.B.S., and orthopedic surgeon, Peter S. Rose, M.D., discuss sarcomas — a group of rare soft tissue and bone cancers — and the unique treatment options for these cancers.

  14. Jan. 24, 2017

    Grand Rounds — Bedside to Bench and Back: Musculoskeletal Tissue Engineering

    Michael J. Yaszemski, M.D., Ph.D., presents Bedside to Bench and Back: Musculoskeletal Tissue Engineering.

  15. Oct. 08, 2014

    Childhood fractures may indicate bone density problems

    Broken bones may seem like a normal part of an active childhood. About 1 in 3 otherwise-healthy children have a bone fracture. Breakage of the bone running from the elbow to the thumb side of the wrist (distal forearm fracture) is the most common. It occurs most often during the growth spurt that children typically undergo in early adolescence.

  16. Oct. 08, 2014

    Mayo study finds shoulder replacement eases pain, improves motion in patients with rheumatoid arthritis

    John W. Sperling, M.D., on shoulder replacement for rheumatoid arthritis patients — Mayo Clinic

  17. June 30, 2014

    Stem cells get hip

    Stem cells are the starting point for all the tissues in your body. Your body grows them all the time. So, Mayo researchers thought why not put them to work healing damaged tissues such as heart muscle or bone.