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The Duke Sports Medicine Specialists use the most advanced methods to evaluate and treat injuries in professional, collegiate, recreational, and youth athletes of all ages. The Duke Division of Sports Medicine is led by Dr. Annunziato (Ned) Amendola. …

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Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Surgery

(2 days ago) The Duke Sports Medicine Center, a section within the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, is comprised of four world-class programs: The Duke Sports Medicine Clinic, Duke Sports Medicine Physical Therapy, the Michael Krzyzewski Human Performance Lab (K-Lab) and the Duke Sports Performance Program.Each program brings an important element to the care of our patients.

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Sports Medicine Faculty ortho.duke.edu

(6 days ago) Sports Medicine. Louis C. Almekinders, MD Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery Duke Health Profile Scholars @ Duke Work. Annunziato Amendola, MD Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

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Advanced Practice Providers ortho.duke.edu

(9 days ago) Duke Medicine Profile. Cody Malley, III, PA-C, ATC, LAT Duke Health Profile Boyd Malphus, PA-C Duke Health Profile. James Messersmith, PA-C Duke Medicine Profile. Peggy Molyneux, PA-C Duke Medicine Profile. Alan Moses, PA-C, ATC DukeHealth Profile. MacKenzie Patterson, PA DukeHealth Profile. William S. Payne, PA-C DukeHealth Profile. Kenneth

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Faculty ortho.duke.edu

(9 days ago) The Goldner Jones Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery in the School of Medicine Duke Health Profile Scholars @ Duke Work. Amy M. Pastva, PT, MA, PhD Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery (Division of Physical Therapy) Duke Health Profile Scholars @ Duke Work. Michael P. Reiman, PT, DPT, PhD, OCS, SCS, ATC, FAAOMPT, CSCS

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Christine Wu, MD ortho.duke.edu

(8 days ago) Outside of medicine, I like playing volleyball and tennis, hanging out with my friends and family, doing HIIT & spin classes & enjoying the area’s restaurants and breweries. Any other information you’d like people to know (i.e.: about your family, future plans, etc.) I grew up in the Midwest and spent college years in New England before

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Welcome, New Faculty! ortho.duke.edu

(4 days ago) Adams received her B.S. in Education and Sports Medicine from the University of Virginia, her Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Elon University, her MBA from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical (A&T) State University and is expected to receive her Ph.D. in Leadership Studies from North Carolina A&T in 2022.

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Current Fellows ortho.duke.edu

(1 days ago) Residency: Community South Osteopathic Family Medicine Current and Former Orthopaedic Surgery Residents and Fellows 2020-2021 Resident and Fellow Composites (PDF)

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The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

(4 days ago) As a leader, Dr. Garrett served as President of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine and the Herodicus Society. He served on the Boards of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Despite his many commitments to research, leadership, and teaching, he also maintained a very busy

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Visiting Medical Student Subinternship

(4 days ago) 2021-22 Academic Year: The Duke School of Medicine will resume the Visiting Student Program starting Fall Term 2021. The SOM will follow the AAMC guidelines for application submittal. Students will be able to apply via AAMC-VSAS starting April 15th with decisions going out after May 1st.

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Curriculum for Orthopaedic Surgery Residency

(6 days ago) Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (1 month) Orthopaedic Rotations Trauma (3 months) General Orthopaedics (6 weeks) Duke Raleigh Hospital (6 weeks) In years two through five, residents rotate through most orthopaedic subspecialties at least twice—once as a junior resident and later as a senior/chief resident. The rotations are education

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Orthopaedic PA Residency Details ortho

(Just Now) The Duke Orthopaedic PA Residency Program is committed to providing residents with an outstanding didactic and clinical experience, challenging each resident to grow as an individual and as a practitioner.

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FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence

(6 days ago) Duke FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence. Duke University Health System is one of three FIFA Medical Centres of Excellence in the United States and one of 49 across the world. FIFA, the international governing body of football (soccer), awards this designation to established centers that have demonstrated leadership in soccer medicine with facilities and programs designed specifically for the …

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Sports Medicine Patient Care

(1 days ago) Sports Medicine Patient Care. If you’re looking to maximize your athletic performance, we can help you achieve your goals. Our team offers testing in agility, speed, power, strength, stamina, flexibility, body composition and endurance. It’s all designed to improve athletic performance and prevent injury for all ages and all levels.

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Clinical Research Faculty ortho.duke.edu

(7 days ago) Annunziato (Ned) Amendola, MD Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery Chief, Division of Sports Medicine Director, Urbaniak Sports Sciences Institute. Dr. Amendola's clinical and research interests focus on improving the understanding, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports and activity-related problems of the knee and ankle.

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Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship

(5 days ago) The Duke Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship is a one-year ACGME-accredited program open to physicians who have completed residency training in the fields of family medicine, emergency medicine, pediatrics, or internal medicine. The purpose of the program is to enable physicians to develop expertise in the area of sports medicine.

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SPORTS MEDICINE SERVICE

(1 days ago) Able to facilitate education of medical students on the sports medicine service as well as other health professionals on an informal basis in clinics, operating rooms, and in the Sports Medicine Conference/Journal Club(s). Attends and participates in the Sports Medicine Conference and Journal Club(s). Chief Resident (PGY-5):

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Duke University Recognized by Exercise is Medicine® for

(6 days ago) The American College of Sports Medicine is the largest sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world. More than 50,000 international, national and regional members and certified professionals are dedicated to advancing and integrating scientific research to provide educational and practical applications of exercise science and

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Niall Hayward Cochrane, MD ortho.duke.edu

(8 days ago) Georgetown University School of Medicine. About the Duke program. What were you looking for in a residency program? I was looking for a program with a tight-knit group of residents, who were hardworking, humble, and down-to-earth. Duke stood out in this regard, while also providing a high quality orthopaedic education.

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Fellowship Programs ortho.duke.edu

(5 days ago) Fellowship Programs. The mission of the Duke Department of Orthopaedic Surgery is to provide fellow trainees with the knowledge, clinical, and surgical skills in all areas of orthopaedic subspecialty training necessary to ethically practice in an academic or community setting at …

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Congratulations, Chiefs! ortho.duke.edu

(7 days ago) Sports Medicine presented by Dr. Dean Taylor Robert A. Christian, MD, MBA • Columbia University • New York, NY Sarah T. Lander, MD • University of Rochester • Rochester, NY Caitlin M. Rugg, MD • Kaiser Permanente • San Jose, CA Christopher L. Shultz, MD • University of New Mexico • Albuquerque, NM. Trauma presented by Dr. Rachel

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Hand Surgery, Upper Extremity, and

(Just Now) Duke University School of Medicine. Office: 919-684-3536. Email: [email protected] Wendy Thompson/ Sharon Long. Residency and Fellowship Program Coordinators. Phone: 919-684-3170. [email protected]

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Annunziato (Ned) Amendola, MD ortho.duke.edu

(9 days ago) Annunziato (Ned) Amendola, MD. Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. Chief, Division of Sports Medicine. Director, Urbaniak Sports Sciences institute. Dr. Amendola's clinical and research interests focus on improving the understanding, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of sports and activity-related problems of the knee and ankle.

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School of Medicine Bridge Funding Program

(3 days ago) Duke University School of Medicine Bridge Funding Program. The following outlines a bridge funding plan to help investigators in the School of Medicine who have had a lapse in R01- or P01-level support. Up to $100,000 per lapsed R01 grant or up to $200,000 per lapsed P01 grant will be provided by the Dean’s Office following application by the

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Duke Orthopaedics Announces Dara Purvis

(7 days ago) Dara’s career in healthcare has spanned 25 years with 9 of those years in academic medicine. She has found the most joy in her career while working in academic medicine and is excited to join Duke. Her professional experiences include financial analysis, clinical practice management/leadership for 10 different medical specialties, project

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Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Training

(5 days ago) Wendy Thompson, Medical Student Sub-Internship & Residency/ Fellowship Program Coordinator. [email protected] Sharon Long, Residency/ Fellowship Program Coordinator. [email protected] Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. DUMC Box 104002. Durham, North Carolina 27710. (919) 684-3170.

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2018-2019 Sports Medicine Fellows

(6 days ago) Lorena’s interests outside of medicine include running, hiking, and dancing. Bonnie Gregory, MD. Dr. Gregory was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but moved to Greensboro, North Carolina at a young age and quickly became a Blue Devil fan. She went on to complete her undergraduate education at Duke University where she was a varsity rower, member

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Duke Sports Medicine Releases First

(5 days ago) Duke Sports Medicine Throughout the Triangle. Duke Orthopaedics is proud to offer multiple locations in Raleigh, Durham, Apex, Cary, Knightdale and Wake Forest. In Loving Memory of William E. Garrett, Jr, MD, PhD. Dr. Garrett passed away on Saturday, May 4, 2019. He was an exceptional individual, and his passing is a major loss for Duke and the

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Exercise is Medicine Colloquium Highlights ortho.duke.edu

(4 days ago) On Monday, February 19, 2019, the nearly 200 attendees gathered for the Inaugural Exercise is Medicine Colloquium. This event provided participants the opportunity to learn more about the Exercise is Medicine Campus Designation, the new physical activity guidelines and opportunities to network with others interested in health promotion programs.

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Podiatric Research and Surgical Fellowship ortho.duke.edu

(2 days ago) Another important component of this fellowship is a critical analysis of the literature. This will be accomplished through the Journal Club, in which you will be given instructions on evidence-based medicine and will critically evaluate the current literature. Teaching. Teaching skills will be promoted.

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Shalini Ramasunder, MD, Named Chief of Orthopaedic Service

(3 days ago) News. Shalini Ramasunder, MD, has been named Chief of Orthopaedic Service at the Durham Veteran’s Administration Medical Center. She will begin her role this month. Dr. Ramasunder will also hold a faculty appointment in our Sports Medicine division, where she will focus on Women’s Sports Medicine, collaborating with our other faculty doing

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Harry Stafford, MD joins Duke Orthopaedics

(6 days ago) Following residency, Dr. Stafford continued his training at Duke in the Sports Medicine Fellowship Program and following joined the Duke Sports Medicine faculty. In 2008, he returned to UNC to become the Director of the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship. Dr. Stafford served as a team physician at the University of North Carolina since 2008.

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The Duke Sports Sciences Institute Celebrates Dr. Squire's

(8 days ago) On Monday, June 24, 2019, the James R. Urbaniak, MD Sports Sciences Institute hosted a retirement celerbation for Deborah Squire, MD. Dr. Squire has been providing sports medicine care at Duke Sports Medicine and the Urbaniak Sports Sciences Institute since 2011, after a long tenured career in the department of pediatrics.

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Home Exercise Program Following Hip Surgery

(Just Now) 2 5. Knee straightening Bend knee and place a small roll under your knee. Straighten knee by lifting foot of the bed. Hold for the count of five (5), then slowly lower foot so that it rests on the bed.

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Duke Sports Medicine and UNC Sports

(8 days ago) The original notion of a Sports Medicine Traveling Fellowship was conceived in 1984 by John Feagin, MD and Werner Mueller, MD over a drink in Basel, Switzerland. The idea was to "develop academic leadership within the field of sports medicine". In 1985, their ideas were realized and the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM

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Fellowship Training Programs

(9 days ago) Fellowship Training Programs 12/12/19 DUMC 104002 Durham, NC 27710 Page 1 of 15 Residency/ Fellowship Education and Training Office The mission of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery is to provide fellowship trainees with the knowledge, clinical, and surgical skills in all areas of orthopaedic sub-specialty

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Dr. William E. Garrett, Jr. Inducted

(6 days ago) The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) is the premier global organization representing the interests of orthopaedic surgeons and other professionals who provide comprehensive health services for the care of athletes and active people of all ages and levels. We cultivate evidence-based knowledge, provide extensive

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