C. S. Goldthorpe, R. Schwartz We report here a young, physically active law enforcement officer who presented to our office with bilateral knee pain secondary to severe genu valgum with osteoarthritis. This case illustrates the dilemma of deformity correction, future total knee arthroplasty (TKA), and preserving an active life style. Case Report A 32-year-old male … [Read more...] about Case Report: Severe Bilateral Genu Valgum in a 32-year-old Active Male with Osteoarthritis Treated with a Step-cut Rotational Distal Femoral Osteotomy
Student and Resident Awards AOAO Foundation Outstanding Student Scholarship Andrew D. Ardeljan, Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine-Ft. Lauderdale AOAO Foundation Outstanding Resident Research Paper Award Nicholas Frane, DO, Plainview Hospital AOAO Foundation ORE-O Grant Recipient Taylor A. Brown, DO, Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center Bob … [Read more...] about Congratulations to the 2020 Award Recipients
We miss each other! Although we have been able to hold our meetings virtually, we still miss each other. We miss catching up in the lobby, the active question and answer sessions, and the social time with our residents, colleagues and friends. I hope we are able to meet live and in person very soon.
Nevertheless, the AOAO Foundation has been hard at work. We completed a s … [Read more...] about AOAO Foundation at Work in 2020
President, AOAO Foundation
The students of the AOAO are proud to announce the election of the 2020-2021 National Executive Board. The board was elected at this year’s annual fall conference, held virtually on October 24-25. We were thrilled with the number of attendees, and I would like to take a moment to introduce the new board:
President: Adam LaFleur, The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Me … [Read more...] about Introducing the 2020-2021 National SAOAO Executive Board
Marie Morris, wife of the late past AOAO Executive Director, Morton Morris, DO, JD, passed away on November 23, 2020. Marie was an integral part of the AOAO, serving as the AOAO’s Assistant Executive Director, working side by side with Dr. Morris. She was well known by many in the osteopathic community and a fervent advocate of the osteopathic profession.
Originally from S … [Read more...] about In Memoriam: Marie Morris