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News and Announcements
On August 21st, Dr. David Levi presented his team's latest research at the Spine Intervention Society's Annual Scientific Meeting in Washington DC.
Dr. Bonner served as faculty at the annual Asociación Mexicana de Cirugía Reconstructiva Articular y Artroscopía A.C conference
Dr. Bonner served as faculty at the annual Asociación Mexicana de Cirugía Reconstructiva Articular y Artroscopía A.C conference.
Dr. Levi was honored to lecture on intradiscal biologic treatments including stem cells for the Duke Department of Neurosurgery’s SPINE SYMPOSIUM 2021 this past weekend. The symposium was an interactive, multidisciplinary education event for clinicians showcasing the very latest treatments for spine disorders.
He and other amazing faculty and leaders are teaching the most innovative procedures to help doctors' patients with the latest in orthopedic techniques.
Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the most common diseases affecting quality of life for millions of people nationwide. This places a significant financial burden on the healthcare system. There has been a significant focus placed on research towards more cost-effective options in order to manage this knee pain.
Congratulations to Dr. Kevin F. Bonner for being named Fellow of The Arthroscopy Association of North America (FAANA).
Dr. Bonner is one of only a few Fellows of The Arthroscopy Association of North America in the Commonwealth of Virginia to receive this honor.
This past weekend, Dr. Kevin Bonner had the honor of serving as the Co-Chair of “The Orthopedic Summit: Evolving Techniques” (OSET). OSET has become one of the most popular CME courses for orthopedic surgeons. It is typically held annually in Las Vegas, but due to the pandemic, it was held virtually this year. Dr. Bonner was instrumental in the transition of this large in-person meeting to a virtual meeting.
During “normal” (pre-COVID-19) times, patients often wait far too long to consider a more permanent, surgical solutionto their severe and/or persistent joint or back pain. Conservative non-surgical treatments, including creams, exercise, physical therapy and injections will provide some relief, but often not enough or long-lasting. Patients typically seek orthopedic or spine surgery when they can no longer tolerate or function with their level of pain.
A question we often get from patient’s after their total knee replacement is “when can I drive?”
Factors that affect a person’s ability to drive after total joint replacement include type of joint replacement, surgery on left vs. right side, strength to react in an emergency, narcotic use, various comorbidities, and vehicle type.