Articles in this Issue
Not every case worsens with time. The key is knowing when treatment is needed—and when it is not.
As a team physician for the Baltimore Orioles, John Wilckens says his primary goal is keep the athletes out of the operating room.
Ideas at Work
Thomas Clemens, director of research in Johns Hopkins Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, is using genome sequencing to unlock the secrets of bone degeneration with the aim of finding drugs that can reverse the damage of osteoporosis.
Khaled Kebaish: "Our studies show that patients undergoing revision surgery do just as well as patients who have had the initial surgery, and in some, the outcome is a bit better."
Johns Hopkins Orthopaedic Milestones
In 1914, William S. Baer launched Johns Hopkins first residency program in orthopaedics. Today, his pioneering legacy lives on.