Patient Story

Back to Skiing after Fractured Hip

When Jason Nicholai fell while trick skiing at the family lake house, he worried about what this meant for summers to come.

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International Women’s Day 2020

Today, on International Women’s Day, we salute all the women working at our practice, including our talented female physicians.

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Apr 22
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Joint Pain Relief Workshop

Joint pain holding you back from the activities you love? Join Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush physicians at a complimentary workshop to learn about treatment options.

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Staying Motivated and Safe When Working Out During Winter Months

Consider the winter work out as prep for more comfortable workouts as the nicer weather returns.

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Amniotic Fluid May Help Knee Arthritis, Clinical Trial Shows

NBC 5 Chicago sat down with Dr. Adam Yanke to learn more about how amniotic fluid can be used to help certain patients who have knee arthritis.

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Dr. Vasili Karas Joins Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush

A Chicagoland native, Dr. Karas completed fellowship training in hip and knee replacement surgery at Rush University Medical Center.  

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Is CrossFit Safe?

Dr. Jorge Chahla highlights the popular high-intensity interval (HIIT) training method known as CrossFit.

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The New Approach to Treating Concussions

Focusing on early intervention and active rehabilitation is key to the recovery process.

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Patient Story

Back to CrossFit After Elbow Surgery

When elbow pain limited Tommy Menzer's ability to workout, he knew it was time to see a specialist.

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Tyler's Story

After suffering a broken arm on the ice, hockey player Tyler Wipff, 15 turned to Dr. Xavier Simcock.

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Elizabeth M. Pieroth, PsyD, ABPP Joins Midwest Orthopaedics, Rush

Pieroth, a world-renowned neuropsychologist, is the new Director of the Concussion Program.

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Michelle's Story

After several years of hip pain, long-time Naperville resident Michelle Reid eventually found that being active became too difficult.

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