Dr. Shaffer participated as a panelist in an instructional course on Anterior Shoulder Instability, held in San Antonio Texas on 4/25/2013 at the 32nd Annual AANA Meeting. His presentation described pearls and tips on optimizing shoulder stabilization.
Dr. J.R. Rudzki, orthopaedic sports medicine and fracture specialist, was recently interviewed by Wolf Blitzer on CNN's The Situation Room to discuss the injury to Louisville Basketball Player Kevin Ware. See the video below.
Dr. Rudzki has been reappointed to the Evaluation Committee of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. This committee is responsible for the creation and development of examinations for practicing Orthopaedic Surgeons as well as Surgeons-in-Training. His second three-year term will run from 2013-2016.
Dr. Moss is now an orthopedic surgeon, but he was training in New York City during 9-11 and cared for many victims of "blast wave injuries". Dr. Moss offers his expertise on "blast wave injuries" in light of the Boston Marathon bombing in this WUSA9 interview.
WOSM physician Anthony S Unger, MD is quoted in the Washington Post article "New method for hip replacement wins favor with some surgeons". In the article, Dr. Unger discusses the benefits of anterior approach in hip replacement procedures. Read the article here.