Rotator cuff re-tears found more prevalent after single-row arthroscopic repairs

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SPRI Abstract Selected for Special AAOS Session in March

The SPRI abstract titled, ‘Three to Seven Year Outcome and Survivorship Following Hip Arthroscopy in Dysplastic Hips’ has been selected from a group of over 850 papers for the AAOS...

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SPRI Reviews in BJSM Sochi Winter Games Issue

This issue is under the British Journal of Sports Medicine and International Olympic Committee Injury Prevention & Health Protection. Read more below... Epidemiology,...

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SPRI Sports Medicine Fellow Awarded International Research Award in Munich

From SPRI Chief Medical Officer Dr. Robert F. LaPrade, MD, PhD: "It is my pleasure as the sports medicine fellowship deputy director to announce that a SPRI sports medicine fellow...

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SPRI Fundraiser: Mary Beth Ellis Will Try For Kona Start Despite Injuries

Check out Mary Beth's story at  http://Triathlete.com Mary Beth Ellis has also begun a fundraiser for SPRI. Website below....

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SPRI Featured on Vail Daily "On the Hill"

The BioMotion Lab at Steadman Philippon Research Institute is featured in Vail Daily's "On the Hill" segment with John LaConte....

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SPRI board member named honorary member of ISAKOS.

Dr. John Feagin receives award from Dr. John A. Bergfeld of The Cleveland Clinic at Toronto congress Retired Col. John Feagin Jr., M.D., was named an ISAKOS honorary member May 12, 2013...

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Marc Philippon, MD, and Dror Paley, MD, share their latest clinical results and innovative techniques as part of the Daily Workshop Series in Smith & Nephew's booth

Smith & Nephew hosts thought-leading surgeons (including Marc Philippon, MD), showcases new technology at American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons annual meeting LONDON, March 18,...

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Surgeons offer pearls for the care of shoulder OA in young patients

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New SPRI Study Concludes that High Level Athletes with Chondral and Hip Articular Cartilage Damage Can Return to Play

In a recent study completed by the Steadman Philippon Research Institute (SPRI), it was concluded that athletes with chondral lesions and other hip articular cartilage damage could return to...

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