Better care for everyday and exceptional problems

By Amy Kile

OREF-funded research triggers advances in orthopaedic care

Advancements have been the norm since orthopaedics began as a medical specialty. Not only has every orthopaedic subspecialty changed dramatically, treatments for common and traumatic orthopaedic ailments and deformities have improved through time as well, in large measure due to the specialty’s commitment to ongoing research and education.

This content is only available to members of the AAOS.

Please log in using the link at the top right corner of this page to access your exclusive AAOS member content.

Not a member? Become a member!