Tag: uva orthopedics
Case Study for Spondylolisthesis Reveals the Benefits of Robotic Spine Surgery
Robotic surgery, now widely utilized across many surgical subspecialties, has emerged as a solution to place pedicle screws accurately and minimally invasively.
UVA Named One of Nation’s 100 Great Orthopedics Programs
Becker’s Hospital Review has selected UVA Orthopedics for its list of 100 hospitals and health systems with great orthopedics programs.
Case Study: Arthroscopic Hip Surgery for Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)
Case study highlights why this procedure is especially beneficial for the subset of patients who develop arthritis as young adults and would otherwise require a hip replacement.
UVA Heart and Vascular, Neurosurgery, Spine and Orthopedics Recognized Among Top 100
Becker's Hospital Review has once again ranked University of Virginia Heart and Vascular and UVA Orthopedics among the top 100 hospitals and health systems in the country with great heart and orthopedics programs.
Together We Can Help Prevent Readmissions After Joint Replacement Surgery
Partnering with referring providers to ensure patients are medically optimized prior to joint replacement surgery is key to preventing readmissions.
UVA Now In Haymarket! Plus: New Specialists Serving Zion Crossroads
UVA Health System is expanding its reach to better serve your community. Take a look at the latest clinic openings.
Innovative Procedure Utilizes Magnets to Lengthen Limbs with Less Pain, Less Bulk and Less Risk for Infection
Read a case study on the PRECICE® Intramedullary Limb Lengthening System, now being used at UVA to treat select patients with congenital short femur.
Creating Thumbs Using Index Pollicization
Get a closer look at the rare and challenging condition of thumb aplasia and the advanced procedure used by congenital hand specialist Bobby Chhabra, MD, to give one local boy strength and functionality.