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Dr. Groh asked to present two hour Instructional Course Lecture at the 2016 American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Meeting

July 3, 2015: Asheville orthopaedic surgeon Gordon I. Groh, MD,has developed a number of lecture series for the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. (AAOS). His latest lecture entitled “All Things Clavicle: From the Acromioclavicular joint to the Sternoclavicular Joint and all points In between” was reviewed by the AAOS. The paid attendance for the course […]

Dr. Groh asked to lead Surgical Observation Site

July 1, 2015:The DJO Global Institute has developed a program called the Customized Advanced Surgeon Education (CASE) Program. The CASE Program offers surgeons the ability to enhance their surgical skills knowledge within a customized format through a better understanding of the surgeon’s preferences. The DJO Global Institute identifies the reference center/ location that best compliments […]

Dr. Groh Files US Patent for Soft tissue Repair in Shoulder

July 1, 2015:The US Patent Office has formally notified Asheville orthopaedic surgeon Gordon I. Groh, MD that it has published his application for his patent application. U.S. Patent Application for:Device and Method for Anchoring Soft Tissue to Bone Appl. No. 14/590,190; was filed January 6, 2015. The complete application may now be viewed publicly at […]

Dr. Groh asked to review study for the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

June 29, 2015:Orthopaedic surgeon Andrew Green, MD the chief of shoulder surgery and assistant editor at the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (jbjs.org—the top rated impact journal of orthopedic surgery) asked Dr. Groh to review a scientific study for potential publication. The study reviewed complication rates of shoulder fracture fixation from a large national […]

Dr. Groh authors commentary article for Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

Asheville orthopaedic surgeon Gordon I. Groh, MD as a frequent reviewer for the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (jbjs.org) was asked to provide a definitive review of a clavicle fracture study for publication. Based on his review, the study was published and Dr. Groh provided a published commentary to accompany the study. The article […]

Dr. Groh leads Project Design Meeting for development of new Shoulder Replacement.

Asheville orthopaedic surgeon Gordon I. Groh, MD lead a Web Ex teleconference as the chief project designer tasked with development of a new shoulder glenoid replacement. Dr. Groh leads a team of surgeon designers and engineers. The team evaluated potential designs and targeted additional meetings including an anatomic demonstration. The new design centers on a […]