UVA Health Leading the Way With Innovative Spine Tumor Implant
The new low-metal device allows for better tumor surveillance and more accurate post-surgical radiation therapy.
Researcher Highlight Q&A: Charles R. Farber, PhD, Orthopedic Genetics
Charles R. Farber focuses on finding the genes that lead to complex diseases and uses a systems approach to uncover the basis of bone strength.
New Implantable Shock Absorber for Medial Knee Osteoarthritis Offers Superior Results
Learn why the FDA-approved medial implantable shock absorber may become the gold standard for mild-to-moderate knee osteoarthritis.
UVA Health Leads the Next Frontier in Rotator Cuff Surgery With Tissue-Engineering Solutions
Combining biomaterials, biologicals, and regenerative medicine encourages and accelerates tissue healing and patient recovery.
Innovative Hip Revision Surgery Technique Brings Relief After Failed Replacement
Using advanced techniques like the double-cup construct have shown promise for treating large, irregular acetabular defects.
After Several Failed Spine Surgeries, This Expert Team Finally Brought Relief
Five spine surgeries left this patient in constant pain. Here's how UVA Health surgeons used innovative techniques to finally deliver relief.
Growth Modulation in Pediatric Scoliosis at UVA Health: Expanding the Scope of Care
See the impact we're making by participating in a study for ApiFix, a ratcheting, nonfusion device for growth modulation in pediatric scoliosis.
How Hand Surgeons Help After Spinal Cord Injury
A UVA Health surgeon implores PMR physicians to refer any patient with a T1 or higher cervical spinal cord injury to a hand surgeon for evaluation. Find out why.
Foot & Ankle Innovations That Began on the Playing Field
UVA Health orthopedic experts developed new techniques to treat high ankle sprain, Achilles tendon rupture, and Lisfranc injury — and then applied these approaches to all patients.
When ACL Reconstruction Fails: UVA Health Surgeons Using Novel Techniques to Address Biologic Failure
UVA Health orthopedic surgeon Mark Miller, MD, is renowned for developing 2 surgical approaches using bone dowels that can treat osteolysis.