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- n. An orthopedic surgeon
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- n. One who prevents, cures, or remedies deformities, esp. in children.
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- n. a specialist in correcting deformities of the skeletal system (especially in children)
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Among athletes, Dr. Schobert was known as the orthopedist you went to if you needed to have another surgeon’s work revised.
‘And do lots of illustrators then sleep with their orthopedist – or does that only happen when the orthopedist is the husband of one of your best friends?’
Ron Noy, a New York-based sports orthopedist, said weight inevitably increases stress on lower extremity joints, such as hips, knees and ankles, as well as the lower spine.
Peter J. Ajemian, an orthopedist formerly employed in Rockville Centre, N.Y., and Peter Lesniewski, another orthopedist, combined recommended disability benefits for at least 956 LIRR employees between 1998 and 2008, prosecutors said.
An orthopedist can determine the specific nature and severity for your knee injury, likely offering a diagnosis with physical examination.
If you have pain that is chronic and severe, or a long-term bunion progresses rapidly with increasing pain, discuss surgery with an orthopedist or podiatrist.
After Mr. Namath's rookie season, James Nicholas, the Jets 'orthopedist, advised him to go somewhere warm: The weather would benefit his arthritic right knee.
Injuries that do not respond to self care treatments should be evaluated by a sports medicine podiatrist or orthopedist.
FDA's adversary in that litigation is Colorado orthopedist Christopher Centeno, who treats joint ailments with stem cells.
The sub specialist most well known in sports medicine is the orthopedic surgeon (orthopedist).