The 30s: From depression to innovation

By Carolyn Rogers

Orthopaedic history begins to blossom

Most of the scientific, technologic, and economic forces that propelled orthopaedics to its preeminent position in medicine occurred during the past 75 to 100 years. Until now, however, this “golden era of orthopaedics” had never been critically studied.

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