One of patient’s biggest fears before they are about to undergo an operation may be that their surgeon operates on the correct body part. In
Four Types of Patients
One of the most interesting parts of my job is that I get to interact with so many different types of people on a regular basis. Their different
Research has shown that the ability to walk unassisted is likely the single most important factor in maintaining your independence as you age.
You Can’t Judge A Book By Its Cover
I take call about 5-6 days per month which means that I take care of patients that come into the hospital with fractures. A few weeks ago I treated a
How Do You Know If Your Orthopedic Surgeon Is Good?
Heuristics are “rules of thumb” that people use to make decisions in situations that involve uncertainty. Taleb writes about them in depth and I enjoy