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Spinal Cord Stimulation: Managing Challenging Chronic Pain in Mid-life Patients

By: Paul W. Davies, M.D. Case Three patients have chronic pain issues. The first is a 47-year-old flight attendant with plantar fasciitis and tarsal tunnel syndrome in both feet, despite multiple surgeries. The second is a 45-year-old administrator who suffered bilateral patella dislocations as a child as well as chronic knee pain, leading to seven...

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Orthopedics: Beyond the Hype

Proper Procedure Selection is Key to Outcomes By: Linda Harder Media hype aside, orthopedic procedures have made some true gains in recent years. We spoke with three Maryland orthopedists – Ronald E. Delanois, M.D, from Baltimore’s Sinai Hospital, William J. Sadlack, M.D, from Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, and Alex C. Speciale, M.D., from Anne Arundel […]

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