Daniel Scott, M.D., MBA, and Christopher Gross, M.D., perform ankle replacements together as a team, which results in more positive outcomes and less time in the operating room.
Neurosurgeon Stephen Kalhorn, M.D., uses a 3D digital exoscope to perform a minimally invasive tubular microdiscectomy to relieve pain in a patient with a herniated disc
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Researchers at MUSC aim to correct research desert in sports injuries specific to women
As one of but a few comprehensive chest wall injury centers in the country, MUSC Health offers treatment options to patients in the Southeast.
By stabilizing fractured and partially dislocated ribs, physicians can improve patient quality of life.
With advances in the last 5 years, more orthopaedic surgeons have begun using computer-assisted navigation (CAN) to overcome challenges and complexities associated with total shoulder arthroplasty
To ensure its clinicians and researchers can help create new microbiome-based therapies, MUSC is ramping up its microbiome infrastructure, providing support in sequencing the microbiota and in analyzing the resulting datasets.
The MUSC Health Musculoskeletal Institute brings together a group of health care experts who treat all conditions of the bones, joints, and muscles. Our goal is to provide the best care to our patients in one visit to a single location. Our experts include orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, hand surgeons, physiatrists, endocrinologists, radiologists, anesthesiologists, physical and occupational therapists, athletic trainers, sports psychologists, nurse practitioners, physicians' assistants, nurses, and other dedicated staff focused on musculoskeletal conditions.