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Columbia Orthopedics Residents and Fellows Published in Seminars in Arthroplasty

January 8, 2018

 

Columbia Orthopedics residents Elise C. Bixby, MD and Jon-Michael Caldwell, MD, and Shoulder, Elbow & Sports Medicine Fellows Brian F. Grogan, MD and Daniel Song, MD, were published in the current issue of Seminars in Arthroplasty. The articles were guest edited and co-authored by Columbia Orthopedics Chairman William N. Levine, MD.

Drs. Bixby and Caldwell co-authored “Subscapularis tenotomy vs. lesser tuberosity osteotomy during total shoulder arthroplasty: When less is more,” comparing both arthroplasty methods to prove which is better for patients. Dr. Grogan authored “The continuing role of hemiarthroplasty in the treatment of proximal humerus fractures,” discussing the benefits of this treatment for three- and four-part proximal humerus fractures, particularly for older patients.

Click on the links below to read the full text of each article:

 

Multimodal pain management: There is more to happiness than opioids

Elise Bixby, MD, Daniel Song, MD, William N. Levine, MD
 

Subscapularis tenotomy vs. lesser tuberosity osteotomy during total shoulder arthroplasty: When less is more

Elise Bixby, MD, Jon-Michael Caldwell, MD, William N. Levine, MD
 

The continuing role of hemiarthroplasty in the treatment of proximal humerus fractures

Brian Grogan, MD, William N. Levine, MD

 

About Seminars in Arthroplasty

Each issue of Seminars in Arthroplasty provides a comprehensive, current overview of a single topic in arthroplasty. The journal addresses orthopedic surgeons, providing authoritative reviews with emphasis on new developments relevant to their practice.

 

 

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