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Columbia Orthopaedics Raises Awareness about Osteoporosis and Fragility Fractures

New York, NY—May 1, 2013- May is National Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month.  Although an estimated 9 million adults in the U.S.

Innovations Make Hip Replacement Safe, Less Invasive

 

Stronger Implants and New Surgical Techniques May Provide Better Outcomes for Patients at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), hip replacements are among the most common surgical procedures in the United States; and with osteoarthritis and obesity on the rise, demand for the procedure is expected to grow.

Dr. Macaulay now an International Member of the European Hip Society

 
William B. Macaulay Jr., MD, has been inducted into the European Hip Society (EHS), a prestigious, non-profit scientific association based in Innsbruck, Austria. The EHS – founded in Hamburg, Germany in 1992 – has members from 31 nations around the world. The organization publishes “Hip International,” a peer-reviewed academic journal focused on advancements in conservative hip surgery, traumatology of the hip, prosthetic surgery, biomechanics, and basic science topics relating to the hip.

May is National Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month

 

New York, NY—May 1, 2014

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  • Questions About Knee Pain And Other Orthopaedic Conditions? Come To Our Free Seminar on June 20th!

     

    Columbia Orthopaedics will be hosting a free Informational seminar on Wednesday, June 20th, 2012 in Tarrytown New York.  The event kicks off at 6:30 with registration, light hors d'oeuvres and refreshments.  Dr. Jonathan Lee, and Dr. William Macaulay will be on hand for a presentation and discussion.

    Robotic Approach Improves Precision of Partial Knee Replacement

    There's new hope for the more than 10 million Americans living with osteoarthritis of the knee: a minimally invasive robotic approach to partial (unicondylar) knee replacement that makes it possible for the surgeon to place an implant with increased precision. Optimal outcomes for partial knee replacement procedures depend on highly accurate positioning and alignment of the implants.

    Less Blood Needed Post-Surgery, Says NEJM Study

    Patients need less blood after surgery than is widely thought. A new study comparing two plans for giving blood transfusions following surgery showed no ill effects from postponing transfusion until patients develop signs of anemia or their hemoglobin concentration falls below 8 g/dL.

    Do You Live with Knee Pain? Dr. Jonathan Lee, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia Orthopaedics is offering a Free Educational Seminar

    Dr. Jonathan Lee, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia Orthopaedics is offering a FREE EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR
     
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