Drs. Gary Green, Kevin Stone & more: 16 orthopedic surgeons in this week's headlines


Here are 16 orthopedic surgeons who made the news this week:

James Andrews, MD, of Gulf Breeze, Fla.-based Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine will offer Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Clay Buchholz a second opinion on his throwing arm next week.


Dr. Andrews, Neal ElAttrache, MD, of Los Angeles-based Kerlan Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic and Gary Green, MD, of Pacific Palisades (Calif.) Medical Group were named three of USA Today's most powerful people in MLB.


Dr. ElAttrache will perform Tommy John surgery on New York Yankees top pitching prospect James Kaprielian next week.


Scranton, Pa.-based Geisinger Community Medical Center welcomed orthopedic trauma surgeon Brian Campfield, MD, to its practice.


Kevin R. Stone, MD, of San Francisco-based The Stone Clinic, plans to teach at the Moscow International Osteotomy Congress later this month.


Knoxville (Tenn.) Orthopaedic Clinic physicians Jay Crawford, MD, Cameron J. Sears, MD, Russell A. Betcher, MD, Robert E. Ivy, MD,  Paul H. Johnson, MD, Greg M. Mathien, MD, Matthew C. Nadaud, MD, Edwin E. Spencer Jr., MD, all made Cityview Magazine's top Knoxville doctors list.


Lund, Sweden-based BONESUPPORT named a new CMO, Michael Diefenbeck, MD, PhD.


Eric Storts, DPM, has joined Chillicothe, Ohio-based Adena Bone and Joint Center.


Daniel Larose, MD, of Miller Orthopedic Specialists in Omaha, discussed how surgeons are navigating the changing healthcare environment and challenges of consolidation in the field.


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