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  • Current Concepts In the Treatment of Rotator Cuff Tears

    Download the brochure for Current Concepts In the Treatment of Rotator Cuff Tears. The course, sponsored by the NYU Post-Graduate Medical School and directed by Dr. Laith M. Jazrawi, is for attending orthopaedic surgeons, fellows, residents, medical students, physical therapists, and primary care physicians. DATE: Saturday, November 6, 2010 LOCATION: NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases, […]

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  • Tackling Orthopaedic Controversies

    Sponsored by the AAOS, the “Top Orthopaedic Controversies” continuing medical education (CME) course will take place in New York City, on October 15. Laith M. Jazrawi, MD, this year’s course director, has assembled an expert faculty to discuss current controversies across all orthopaedic specialties. Click to learn more: “Tackling Orthopaedic Controversies” by Maureen Leahy

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  • NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases Sports Medicine Fellowship

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    NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases is offering a Sports Medicine Fellowship to 2 clinical fellows per year who will learn a variety of sports medicine procedures. Sports coverage includes the New York Rangers, as well as NYU athletics. Goals of the Sports Medicine Division Fellowship To develop a wide knowledge base and gain extensive clinical […]

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  • Get in Shape for the Summer

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    Join our experts for an evening of discussion on how to spring into shape for summer. Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 Center for Musculoskeletal Care 333 East 38th Street, NYC 6th Floor Conference Room Topics Quick tips to shed winter pounds and boost energy Foods and dishes of the season that are healthy and taste great […]

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  • Metropolitan Shoulder Symposium

    The Post-Graduate Medical School of the New York University School of Medicine is committed to improving patient care through continuing medical education. Target Audience This course is primarily intended for physicians, residents, and fellows in Orthopaedic Surgery, but will also benefit those who treat sports injuries related to shoulder instability. Course Description The diagnosis and […]

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