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.
It's Only a Game: Sports-Related Injuries in Teens Continue to Rise at Alarming Rates (Dr. Anthony A. Romeo)
(August 28, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Youth sports are no longer 'only a game.' Sports-related injuries resulting in the need for orthopedic surgery and physical rehabilitation continue to rise at an alarming rate in youth athletes.
Basketball Anatomy: A Guide to Increasing Strength, Speed and Agility by Dr. Brian Cole (Dr. Brian J. Cole)
(August 27, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush sports medicine physician Dr. Brian Cole, who is also the head team physician for the Chicago Bulls, recently published a book entitled Basketball Anatomy. It includes an introduction by Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls.
Hip Impingement Affects More Americans than Diabetes, Cancer or Asthma (Dr. Shane J. Nho)
(August 26, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Shane Nho of Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush is very familiar with FAI and is well-known for its treatment. It particularly hits young, healthy, active people - athletes.
Dr. Cole Helps a Young Chicago Resident with a Passion for Sports (Dr. Brian J. Cole)
(August 26, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Brian Cole, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush sports medicine physician, recently helped a young resident of Chicago's tough Garfield Park neighborhood realize his goals.
Charles Bush-Joseph, MD Weighs in on Shin Injury of Chicago Bears Wide Receiver Kevin White (Dr. Charles A. Bush-Joseph)
(August 25, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Charles Bush-Joseph, MD featured in a Comcast SportsNet Chicago segment in which he discussed the shin injury to Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White.
Packers' Jordy Nelson Appeared to Sustain a Non-contact ACL Injury (Dr. Brian Forsythe)
(August 25, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Green Bay Packers receiver Jordy Nelson sustained a knee injury in this weekend's game. Experts suspect that he sustained an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear.
Back Pain, Fusion and Getting Back to Golf: Dr. Frank Phillips (Dr. Frank M. Phillips)
(August 21, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Frank Phillips, Co-Director of the Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush Minimally Invasive Spine Institute, talks about his recent study showing that a high level of golfers successfully return to the links following spinal fusion surgery.
Concussion and Youth Athletes - WGN-TV Talks to MOR Docs
(August 11, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Jeffrey Mjaanes and Dr. Julia Bruene explain what a concussion is, common concussion myths and the best ways to prevent a concussion from occurring.
Tommy John Surgery Patients Getting Younger (Dr. Anthony A. Romeo)
(August 11, 2015 - Chicago, IL) A Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush study shows that the fastest growing segment of Tommy John surgery patients are ages 15 to 19.
Taking a Look Back: MOR White Sox Team Physicians Receive World Series Rings
(July 31, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush is proud of the role they played in a remarkably healthy and successful White Sox 2005 World Series Championship season.
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush - The Team Behind the Teams
(July 28, 2015 - Chicago, IL) The pressure felt by professional athletes during a clutch moment of the big game is very relatable to the pressure felt by the sports medicine physicians of Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush. Injuries happen every day in the world of professional sports, but fortunately they have a team of sports medicine physicians always ready to get in the game.
3D Imaging Used to Remove Bone Cancer Helps to Save a 17-year Old (Dr. Matthew Colman)
(July 23, 2015 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Matthew Colman, an orthopedic surgeon at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, used 3D imaging to help treat a 17-year-old patient with osteosarcoma.
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.