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At the Chicago Sports Medicine Symposium August 3-6, Dr. Nikhil Verma and other course directors will be presenting knee, shoulder, elbow, hip and sports medicine ailments and the most advanced treatment options available today. Sports medicine professionals attending the Symposium have the opportunity to earn CME credits. Learn more here via Becker’s Orthopedic Review.
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Are you experiencing pain, numbness, tingling and a “falling asleep” sensation in the little finger and ring finger? You may have ulnar nerve entrapment. The exact cause of ulnar nerve compression is unknown, but it is believed that prior elbow fractures, bone spurs, cysts and elbow swelling contribute to the condition. http://medilink.us/w3ro
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The 2017 Chicago Sports Medicine Symposium will be held August 3 -6, 2017 at the Hyatt Chicago Magnificent Mile in Chicago, IL. The three-day course will include 14 live surgery presentations, case presentations and panel discussions to offer participants the opportunity to interact with faculty and learn the most current solutions to these challenging problems. Learn more today! http://medilink.us/mqw6
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Reverse shoulder replacement may be a recommended shoulder treatment for patients who have developed a complex type of shoulder arthritis called “rotator cuff tear arthropathy.” This condition occurs when the muscles that help center the ball (humeral head) in the socket (glenoid part of the shoulder blade) move higher than the socket because of long standing rotator cuff tears. A rotator cuff tear that cannot be repaired and a failed total shoulder replacement are additional shoulder injuries that can be effectively treated by this procedure. http://medilink.us/lab6
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Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition of the joint caused by the deterioration of the articular cartilage, as well as changes in the surrounding soft tissue and subchondral bone. For patients needing a treatment to alleviate knee pain, a joint preservation for osteoarthritis procedure may be recommended to delay total knee replacement surgery. Learn about the treatment options: http://medilink.us/objh
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FlōGraft® therapy is proven to be a successful biological treatment that helps heal damage to the joints, tendons and muscles. After Dr. Verma injects FlōGraft®, patients can expect the healing process to begin within the first several weeks. Patients will notice full results after a few months. Many patients report healing and alleviated pain after one biological treatment injection. Dr. Verma will discuss the number of FlōGraft® injections needed with each patient before treatment begins. http://medilink.us/6kfn
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Are you suffering from shoulder pain due to a rotator cuff injury? You may be eligible for our rotator cuff stem cell clinical trial! Learn more: http://medilink.us/v7jx
Nikhil N. Verma, MD
Nikhil N. Verma, MD
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Lateral patellar instability is almost always caused by a kneecap dislocation during a traumatic event or sports activity. The dislocation almost always occurs with the knee at a straight angle or at a shallow degree of knee flexion, rather than at a bent angle. Medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) reconstruction is reserved for patients with recurring and serious kneecap dislocations. http://medilink.us/gna7
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Lateral patellar instability is almost always caused by a kneecap dislocation during a traumatic event or sports activity. The dislocation almost always occurs with the knee at a straight angle or at a shallow degree of knee flexion, rather than at a bent angle. Medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) reconstruction is reserved for patients with recurring and serious kneecap dislocations. http://medilink.us/gna7
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Dr. Verma and his partners at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush strive to provide patient-centered care through evidence-based medicine and outcomes tracking. This care philosophy focuses on selecting the best course of treatment for an orthopedic injury to the given individual patient’s specific case and desired outcome. http://medilink.us/mz3v
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