Here are nine orthopedic surgeons making headlines.
A Washington state commission accused Valentin Antoci, MD, of improperly treating two patients and barred him from performing surgical procedures until a full hearing is conducted.
Orthopedic surgeon Robert D. Loeffler, MD, will deliver the 2018 Muhlenberg College Commencement Address in Allentown, Pa. He will receive an honorary doctorate during the ceremony.
Indianapolis-based orthopedic surgeon Greg Merrell, MD, treated the first U.S. patient in Cartiva's GRIP 2 study, evaluating the safety and effectiveness of the Cartiva Synthetic Cartilage Implant to treat osteoarthritis of the thumb.
Providence-based Ortho Rhode Island surgeon Michael Bradley, MD, is rolling out a new pathway to curb opioid dependency
Bernard Bach, Jr., MD, was inducted into the American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine Hall of Fame during the AAOS 2018 Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
Melissa Kounine, DO, joined the Washington Orthopaedic Center in Centralia.
After a federal investigation alleged Raymond Allard, MD, was in violation of infection control standards and policies, he "voluntarily" gave up his license. However, a recent Freedom of Information Act request by found Dr. Allard had a 100-page sexual harassment complaint in 2014.
Robert Zehr, MD, received three Vitals awards.
Peter Mulhern, MD, joined OSF HealthCare St. Mary Medical Center in Galesburg, Ill., and OSF HealthCare Holy Family Medical Center in Monmouth, Ill.
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