OrthoCarolina spine surgeon Alden Milam has performed a two-level cervical disc replacement procedure utilizing a novel medical device recently approved by the FDA. The procedure was the first FDA approved two-level disc replacement in the state of North Carolina.
Mallard Creek Surgery Center is now open at OrthoCarolina’s University location, offering outpatient procedures and orthopedic surgical services for patients of all ages.
Throughout my 20+ year career as an occupational therapist and certified hand therapist, I have found the most rewarding part of my job to be the collaborative process with my patients.
If you know OrthoCarolina, you know that we’re passionate about sports, including our local and regional college teams...
Read more on what Dr. Christian Clark with OrthoCarolina Pediatrics told the Charlotte Observer about overuse injury risks in children:
It was just a standard practice for Lorissa Shepstone and the Charlotte Roller Girls last September...
Dr. Bryan Springer recognized for excellence
This multidisciplinary organization provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and promotes clinical and basic science research of the cervical spine. The Cervical Spine Research Society is the recognized authority on diseases of the cervical spine.
One in ten Americans will have Dupuytren's contracture, so many of us will have a friend or family member affected by it.
OrthoCarolina and Queens University of Charlotte Speaker Series
Top orthopedic and spine centers are collaborating through a national alliance to link large employers with more cost-effective, quality surgery so their employees can quickly return to work at a better price.
Hickory YMCA members discussing how a partnership with OrthoCarolina Hickory is helping not only the Y, but the entire community.
Dr. Robert Anderson's patient, Meredith Dolhare, exceeds expectations and then some...
OrthoCarolina surgeon Patrick Hayes, MD tells us how advanced anesthesia techniques that allow for regional localized blocks are helping shoulder surgery patients recover faster and with less pain.