Orthopaedic Surgery

Keck School of Medicine of USC

 Orthopaedic Surgery

Faculty physicians keep singers, musicians and actors in peak shape

September 5th, 2016|

Injuries won’t keep these performing artists out of the spotlight.

Javen Smith was singing for hours a day preparing for a major role in a USC production of the musical Songs for a New World, known for its vocally demanding score, and he felt fine—until his voice went out.
“A week before opening, I couldn’t do all the things

Keck Medicine of USC hospitals rises in rankings among nation’s best

August 2nd, 2016|

For the eighth consecutive year, the hospitals of Keck Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) have been named among the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report, a distinction only three percent of the analyzed hospitals receive. The magazine’s annual “Best Hospitals” rankings recognize hospitals in the United States that

USC Stem Cell names second cohort of Broad Clinical Research Fellows

June 13th, 2016|

The second cohort of Broad Clinical Research Fellows is making strides towards finding stem cell-based therapies for lymphedema in cancer patients, large bone fractures and short bowel syndrome.

To support full-time research related to stem cell biology and regenerative medicine, each fellowship provides $65,000 of salary support, $7,500 for supplies and a $1,500 meeting allowance, and

Meeting the Challenge of the Rarest of Cancers

April 28th, 2016|

The doctors of the sarcoma program at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center recently enrolled their final patient for a new clinical trial to test an immunotherapy treatment for sarcoma, a fact that has James Hu, MD, medical director of the sarcoma program, feeling a little more buoyant than normal.

Launching a new clinical trial is always an exciting moment, but

Keck School professors are on the cutting edge of microsurgical techniques

December 15th, 2015|

The grateful mother of one of his young patients recently sent Milan Stevanovic, MD, a photo of her son playing the trumpet. The photo is more than a memento — rather, it is a testament to the power of microsurgery.

A poorly-treated broken arm had left the boy unable to properly flex the fingers in his