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Robert LaPrade, MD, of The Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colo., showcased an anatomic ACL reconstruction surgery live on Facebook.

2. Dr. John Cory joins OSPI in Arizona: 4 notes

By Megan Wood | Monday, 06 November 2017 21:53
Gilbert, Ariz.-based OSPI welcomed John Cory, MD, to its team, according to NB Herard.
New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery physicians William Ricci, MD, and Martin O'Malley, MD, will insert a titanium rod into the left shin of Minnesota Twins' third baseman Miguel Sano, MLB.com.
Brian Forsythe, MD, an orthopedic surgeon at Chicago-based Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, performed arthroscopic surgery on Chicago Fire midfielder Juninho.
After dislocating his left knee, physicians at University Medical Center New Orleans found Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller's popliteal artery was shredded from above the knee joint to below the knee, according to Sporting News.
Neal ElAttrache, MD, performed shoulder surgery on Utah Jazz guard Danté Exum, according to the NBA.
After an editorial in Clinical Orthopedics and Related Research stated orthopedic surgeons should be removed from sideline coverage, the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City came out with their statement against the change.
Riley Williams III, MD, completed a cartilage restoration procedure on the left knee of Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia, MLB reports.
James Andrews, MD, performed an arthroscopic acromioclavicular joint resection in the right shoulder of Texas Rangers reliever Matt Bush, MLB reports.
Kevin Mullaney, MD, performed microdiscectomy surgery on Minnesota Wild lift wing Zach Parise, according to 1500ESPN.
James Andrews, MD, performed a nerve transposition in the right elbow of Chicago White Sox's pitcher Jake Petricka, MLB.com reports.
Washington Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy underwent surgery performed by Tim Kremchek, MD, according to the Washington Post.
New Orleans Saints tight end Coby Fleener joined SyncThink's advisory board to measure impairments related to athlete brain injury while on the sidelines, according to ESPN.
Robert Anderson, MD, performed arthroscopic ankle surgery on Cleveland Indians left fielder Michael Brantley, according the MLB.
After suffering an injury within the first few minutes of the season opener, Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward underwent surgery at Boston-based New England Baptist Hospital, according to ESPN.
James Andrews, MD, successfully operated on Boston Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez and Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez, ESPN reports.
A year after undergoing ACL surgery, Dan Cooper, MD, cleared Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to play and practice, according to WFMZ.
Vail, Colo.-based Steadman Philippon Research Institute, the United States Olympic Committee's sports medicine division and the University of Utah are partnering to form the first U.S. International Olympic Center for Prevention of Injury and Projection of Athlete Health.
Luga Podesta, MD, joined Naples, Fla.-based Bluetail Medical Group, where he will lead the practice.
Here are five sports medicine physicians who joined new practice or took on new roles.
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