Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation

Fruits of their labor

Attending and resident physicians, nurses, other clinical staff and their families recently inspected, sorted and packaged frozen food and produce at Second Harvest Food Bank as part of Vanderbilt Orthopaedics Community Service Day.

Nethery is an avid equestrian, cyclist, fencer and rock climber.

Shoulder surgery helps get athlete back into competition

Thanks to orthopaedic surgery at Vanderbilt following a devastating injury, multi-sport athlete Lauren Nethery is back on track.

Calcification after severe injury

Vanderbilt researchers have linked bone-related complications of severely injured patients — findings that could help minimize these complications.

Physical Therapy Association honors Dickinson

Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Rebecca Dickinson, PT, received the Excellence in Clinical Practice Award from The Tennessee Physical Therapy Association, highlighting her commitment to developing an evidence base around shoulder disorders, mentoring and connecting with patients.

Keeping bone in its place

Jonathan Schoenecker and colleagues have discovered a new mechanism for the formation of bone in soft tissues — a complication of severe injuries that causes pain and limits mobility.

Jeff Palmucci, CEO of Vanderbilt Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital, was among the speakers at a recent event celebrating the hospital’s 25th anniversary.

Vanderbilt Stallworth celebrates 25 years of service

Vanderbilt Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

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