Drs. Hythem Shadid, Alden Milam & more: 9 orthopedists performing innovative surgery techniques

Written by Jessica Kim Cohen | November 21, 2016 | Print  |

Here are nine physicians who recently made headlines for performing innovative orthopedic procedures.

Patrick Maloney, MD, performed the first toe implant operation in the state of Maryland.

 

Alden Milam, MD, performed OrthoCarolina's 100th Mazor Robotics Renaissance Guidance System procedure.

 

Brad Prybis, MD, performed the first anterior cervical fusion using Meditech's CURE Anterior Cervical Plate.

 

Hythem P. Shadid, MD, created a video highlighting the use of his customized knee implants.

 

Mark McFarland, DO, performed his 100th P-LIFT less exposure surgery at Mary Immaculate Hospital in Newport News, Va.

 

Nasser Ani, MD, used Malden, Mass.-based SpineFrontier's biocompatible Les Arena-C(HA) cervical cage and the two-level Les Invue Max cervical plate to perform a minimally invasive spinal fusion.

 

Daniel N. Fish, MD; Robert J. Daher, MD, and Matthew R. Rogell, MD, are using outpatient subchondroplasty surgery, rather than total knee replacement, to treat stress fractures.

 

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