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HEALTH KUDOS: Groh serves as faculty member
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Local orthopedic surgeon Dr. Gordon Groh recently served as a member of the faculty at the Orthopaedic Learning Center in Chicago for a series of lectures on shoulder fractures and standard and reverse shoulder replacement surgery.
Orthopedic surgeons from around the country attended the program and received hands-on instruction from Groh.
From the Hendersonville Times-News
Orthopedic surgeon Dr, Gordon I. Groh was a lead speaker at the recent annual meeting of the Japanese Society for Fracture Repair in Fukuoka, Japan.
Some 2,000 Japanese orthopedists attended Dr. Groh’s presentation on new treatments for shoulder fractures. Dr. Groh is a board-certified specialist in shoulder, elbow and hand surgery and practices at Blue Ridge Bone & Joint.
The meeting in Japan was Dr. Groh’s first speaking engagement in that country. Prior to joining Blue Ridge Bone & Joint in 1995, he was a full-time faculty member and director of shoulder and elbow surgery at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver.
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HEALTH KUDOS: Groh featured in international journal
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Dr. Gordon Groh, an orthopedic surgeon at Blue Ridge Bone & Joint, is the lead author of an article on treatment of periprosthetic shoulder factures to be published in February issue of the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery.
HEALTH KUDOS: Groh gives lecture on shoulder surgery
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Dr. Gordon Groh, an orthopedic surgeon at Blue Ridge Bone and Joint, recently gave a presentation on treatment regimens for shoulder fractures at the Global Shoulder Society’s annual meeting in Toronto.
Groh also moderated a session on shoulder arthritis.
Groh is a specialist in shoulder, elbow and hand surgery.
He received his medical degree from the University of Missouri School of Medicine � Columbia.