Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush stands at the forefront of orthopedic treatment and research. Because of the group's focus on the highest level of patient care and cutting-edge research, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush is often in the news. Below are several recent news items for your review.
Dr. Brian Cole Sports Medicine Physician "I Love My Job" (Dr. Brian J. Cole)
(May 12, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Brian Cole, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush sports medicine specialist and Chicago Bulls head team physician, talks with WCIU-TV.
Craig Della Valle, MD, Elected to Three Orthopedic Boards (Dr. Craig J. Della Valle)
(May 6, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Craig Della Valle, joint reconstruction and replacement surgeon at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, was recently elected to the Board of Directors of three orthopedic organizations.
Dr. Nho Presents Study on Patients Undergoing Hip Arthroscopy for FAI (Dr. Shane Jay Nho)
(May 4, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Shane Nho, MD, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, recently presented results of a hip arthroscopy study at the Arthroscopy Association of North America Annual Meeting.
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Physicians Named Team Doctors for the Chicago Fire
(April 29, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush sports medicine physicians Dr. Jeffrey Mjaanes and Dr. Joshua Blomgren have been designated team physicians for the Chicago Fire Soccer Club.
How MOR Spine Surgeon Dr. Frank Phillips Stays on the Leading-Edge (Dr. Frank M. Phillips)
(April 28, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Minimally Invasive Spine Institute Co-Director, Frank Phillips, M.D., was featured in a Becker's Spine Review article called 'How innovative spine surgeons stay on the cutting-edge - And where to focus in the future.'
Shoulders for Life: Preventing Shoulder and Elbow Overuse Syndrome
(April 28, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush and Illinois Athletic Trainers Association aim to educate overhead athletes, coaches and parents about the dangers of shoulder and elbow overuse syndrome.
Study Links Height, Speed and Overuse to Higher Injury Rate for Youth Pitchers
(April 23, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Exciting, new research conducted by Chicago sports medicine experts, including Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Dr. Anthony Romeo, Dr. Nikhil Verma, Dr. Brian Cole and Rush University Medical Center Dr. Peter Chalmers, who are studying the impact of pitching on youth players' arms.
Cross-Training for Dance-Related Injury Prevention (Dr. Kathleen Weber)
(April 23, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Foot and ankle injuries are common among dancers. According to an article in Dance for You! Dr. Kathleen Weber talks about reducing the risk of dance-related injury prevention.
Dr. Brian Cole and Steve Kashul Talk about Chicago Bulls Injuries (Dr. Brian J. Cole)
(April 17, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Brian Cole, sports medicine orthopedic surgeon at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush and head team physician for the Chicago Bulls talked with Steve Kashul on the BMO Harris Pregame Live show.
MOR Doctor Frank Phillips Leads Long-Term Study with Positive Results (Dr. Frank M. Phillips)
(April 16, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Spinal News International recently highlighted a newly published study by Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush spine surgeon Dr. Frank Phillips.
Wauconda Junior Shortstop is Back in Action with the Help of Dr. Howard An (Dr. Howard S. An)
(April 13, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Howard An, a spine surgeon at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, helped a young patient diagnosed with a fracture of her L5 vertebrae get back to the softball field.
Crystal Lake Man is Pain-Free after Ganglion Cyst Surgery (Dr. John J. Fernandez)
(April 9, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Steve Urban, 39, of Crystal Lake, Illinois visited Dr. John Fernandez of the Minimally Invasive Hand, Wrist and Elbow Institute at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush when he noticed two small bumps on his wrist.
Major League Baseball Team Physicians Association Selects Dr. Weber as President (Dr. Kathleen Weber)
(January 8, 2015 - Chicago, IL) The Major League Baseball Team Physicians Association (MLBTPA) for the first time, named a woman physician, Dr. Kathleen Weber, of Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush to serve as president-elect.