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.
Winter Weather: Avoiding Slips and Falls (Dr. Nicole T. Boniquit)
(December 5, 2016 - Chicago, IL) Slips and falls are the single largest cause of emergency room visits. MOR primary care sports medicine physician Dr. Nicole Boniquit offers tips to help prevent falling.
MOR Provides Foot Care for Over 200 Shelter Clients during Soles4Souls Event
(December 2, 2016 - Chicago, IL) In 2007, Dr. Simon Lee partnered with national not-for-profit organization 'Soles4Souls' to create a first-of-its-kind event in Chicago.
Williams Talks to Runner's World about Stretches for Athletes with Knee Pain
(December 1, 2016 - Chicago, IL) Donna Williams, Director of Rehabilitation at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, talks about stretches for athletes experiencing knee pain.
Dr. Kern Singh Appointed Spine Program Committee Chairman for AAOS (Dr. Kern Singh)
(November 28, 2016 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Kern Singh has been appointed to serve as Chair of the Spine Program Committee for the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Annual Meeting.
Ankles for Life Helps Raise Awareness of Ankle Injuries among Athletes
(November 17, 2016 - Chicago, IL) Ankles for Life aims to raise awareness of ankle injuries among athletes, especially Achilles injuries, and the need for better prevention strategies.
MOR's First-Ever Chicago Sports Summit Scores Big
(November 17, 2016 - Chicago, IL) More than 400 people attended the first-ever Chicago Sports Summit, which featured 20 sports leaders and raised more than $30,000 for After School Matters.
Dr. Alland Cares for Players during Historic Game at White Sox Guaranteed Rate Field (Dr. Jeremy A. Alland)
(November 10, 2016 - Chicago, IL) History was made on November 9, 2016 when the first football game was played in the home stadium of the Chicago White Sox, now called Guaranteed Rate Field.
Dr. Nho and Dr. Bush-Joseph Publish Study on Work Comp Hip Arthroscopy Patients
(November 4, 2016 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Nho and Dr. Bush-Joseph recently published a study on return to work for workers' compensation patients after hip arthroscopy to repair labral tears.
Dr. Madhu Singh Comments on Complementary Health Approaches to Pain (Dr. Madhu Singh)
(November 3, 2016 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Madhu Singh, a physical medicine and rehabilitation orthopedic physician at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, reviews the efficacy and safety evidence for popular complementary approaches to common pain conditions.
Back to Running after Hip Arthroscopy (Dr. Shane J. Nho)
(November 2, 2016 - Chicago, IL) Matt Aaronson began to experience hip pain when training for the Boston Marathon. He was diagnosed with a hip impingement and referred to Dr. Shane Nho, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush sports medicine specialist.
Dr. Kern Singh to Lead a Clinical Study on the FLXfit™ 3D Expandable Cage (Dr. Kern Singh)
(October 28, 2016 - Chicago, IL) Dr. Kern Singh, Co-Director Minimally Invasive Spine Institute, has been selected by Expanding Orthopedics Inc. to lead a clinical study on the FLXfit 3D Expandable Cage.
Dog Owners Sustain Upper Extremity Injuries from Dog Walking (Dr. John J. Fernandez)
(October 27, 2016 - Chicago, IL) Walking your dog can be dangerous, especially to your hands, wrists, elbows and shoulders. Dr. John Fernandez of Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush treats many patients who have sustained injuries simply by walking their dogs.
Achilles Injuries on the Rise
(October 18, 2016 - Chicago, IL) Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush foot and ankle physicians have seen the number of patients with Achilles injuries increase by nearly 300 percent over a ten year period (from 2003 through 2014).