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Johns Hopkins Orthopaedic Surgery - Johns Hopkins Orthopaedic Surgery Winter 2014

Johns Hopkins Orthopaedic Surgery Winter 2014

Orthopaedic Surgery

Known for his work in trauma and for his ability to foster collaboration, James Ficke brings a unique perspective to his new role at Johns Hopkins.
MEET DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR JAMES FICKE

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Known for his work in trauma and for his ability to foster collaboration, James Ficke brings a unique perspective to his new role at Johns Hopkins.

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Ideas at Work

  • Johns Hopkins scientists not only have new evidence about what causes osteoarthritis but new ideas on how it can be stopped early on.

Complex Spine

  • Whether it's called cervical kyphosis, dropped head syndrome or head ptosis, when the condition is severe, the need for surgery is less of an option and more of a requirement.

Faculty Spotlight

  • Johns Hopkins' Orthopaedic Surgery residency program director brings a mentoring philosophy that is focused on nurturing talent and educating leaders.

Quality and Outcomes

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