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Benefits of Early Intervention

Early intervention and new treatment possibilities allow the physical therapist and the patient to address the ROM before the early fibrosis settles in.

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Cardiovascular Disease in Hemophilia

Orthopaedic HTC is participating in a study examining cardiovascular disease in hemophilia. We are one of 15 centers nationwide collecting data for this project. This research is sponsored by ATHN and funded by the Centers for Disease Control.

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Clubfoot Outcome & Biomechanics

The JVL Researchers in close collaboration with orthopaedic surgeons, have conducted studies on the treatment and outcome of idiopathic clubfoot.

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Factors Affecting Fracture Healing

The JVL researchers have investigated interfragmentary motion on fracture healing under carefully controlled laboratory conditions.

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Hepatitis Transmissions

While the devastating effects of untreated HIV (and AIDS) were seen within a few years of infection, the severity of blood-borne hepatitis infections became apparent only after decades...

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Joint Arthroplasty: Clinical & Radiographic Outcome

The JVL research center has a longstanding heritage of collaborating with orthopaedic surgeons in addressing questions related to implant design and biomechanics, using clinical and radiographic outcome studies to compliment or enhance biomechanical models.

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Joint Arthroplasty: Fixation

The JVL Research Center is recognized internationally for major contributions to the understanding of implant fixation.

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Joint Arthroplasty: Implant Retrieval & Failure Analysis

The goal of implant retrieval analysis is to provide information to the orthopedic community that unravels the story that every revised implant has to tell about its performance in the human body.

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Progressive Surgical Intervention

The last decade has been a time of exciting improvements in the ability to treat hemophilic patients in a more standard orthopaedic manner...

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Race-based Differential in Inhibitors

Dr. Kasper has collaborated with Dr. Tom E. Howard of Veterans’ Hospital on an NIH-funded project.

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Scoliosis Biomechanics

Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is both the predominant spine deformity and the predominant form of scoliosis, affecting approximately 80% to 85% of all scoliosis patients.

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Spine Biomechanics

Researchers at JVL are involved in the testing, evaluation, and post-market surveillance of a variety of implants and devices used for the treatment of spine disorders.

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“My Life, Our Future”

Drs. Kasper and Quon are collaborating in a nation-wide project, called “My Life, Our Future”.

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