Category Archives: orthopedic

Micah Lissy, MD, receives President’s Award

Upstate Medical University presented 16 awards at its fall convocation Sept. 16. The President’s Award for Outstanding Volunteer Faculty Service, Binghamton campus, was given to Micah Lissy, MD. Below is his biography, as it appears in the convocation program. By … Continue reading

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Physicians Practice features stroke care, shoulder implants, urethroplasty, more

The March issue of Physicians Practice features stories from Upstate about stroke care, a new shoulder implant and urethroplasty. The stories are aimed at medical professionals, but anyone is welcome to browse. Physicians Practice is a publication that is distributed … Continue reading

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Improved shoulder implant designed to last

Patients who need shoulder replacements have a new option in a novel, improved implantable device available at Upstate Medical University. Upstate is one of two health care facilities in New York state and among six facilities nationwide to use the … Continue reading

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Robotic tool improves accuracy in hip, knee replacements

The orthopedic staff at Upstate University Hospital has a new tool called the Mako that helps surgeons precisely install replacement parts for hips and knees. “The Mako is a robotic arm that is connected to a series of computers that … Continue reading

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Breast cancer research at Upstate: Can we better protect bone from radiation therapy?

Advances in the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer begin in laboratories. Here’s a peek into one lab at Upstate that received grants this year from the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund: Can we better protect bone … Continue reading

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Upstate Answers: How soon will stem cells treat orthopedic injuries?

Q (from reader, Sally White of Syracuse) Studies are underway in other countries, and a couple in the United States using a product that helps with regenerating one’s injured knee. The procedure uses both your own stem cells and umbilical stem … Continue reading

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Information, inspiration in Upstate Health spring issue

In this issue of Upstate Health: * Read about the expansion of Upstate’s sleep center, the only one in this region with services that accommodate children as young as infants. * Meet a former trauma patient who shares his ordeal, … Continue reading

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