Dr. Adam Levin, Assistant Professor, Orthopedic Oncology, explains what new research is being done regarding bone and soft tissue sarcomas, what can make a patient more at risk in developing a sarcoma, and what are common signs of a sarcoma.
Dr. Andrew Cosgarea, Chief of the Division of Sports Medicine, explains how arthritis contributes to an injured meniscus, how common meniscus tears are in older adults, and an update on the latest treatments for meniscus injuries.
Dr. Ranjit Varghese, assistant professor in pediatric orthopaedics, explains the types of cerebral palsy conditions that can be treated by an orthopedic surgeon and the benefits of sending a patient to Johns Hopkins.
Dr. John Ingari, describes what makes a patient a good candidate for total elbow joint replacement or Tommy John surgery. Dr. Ingari also explains at what point physicians should refer a patient to an elbow orthopaedic specialist.
Dr. Brian Neuman, assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery, explains when a patient should get advanced imaging and whether or not permanent damage can occur from pressure caused by cervical spinal stenosis.