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By: William R. Mook, MD What is the hip labrum?   The hip labrum is a gasket-like structure that lines the periphery of the acetabulum, or socket of the hip joint.  Like the gaskets that seal the joints between the pipes in your house
OrthoVirginia's Physician Assistant, Daniel Acevedo, located in the Lynchburg office writes about fragility fractures and the role of PA's in their management in the Orthopaedics Today blog post.BLOG: More can be done to educate providers
Robotic Hip Surgery
D. Andrew Parker, MDThe labrum is a type of cartilage that surrounds the socket of ball-and-socket joints. A labrum is found in both the shoulder and the hip joint. The labrum forms a ring around the edge of the bony socket of the joint. It
It's seems like every weekend there is a 5k, 8k, 10k, mud run, color run or the upcoming suntrust marathon here in richmond virginia. Many runners train themselves versus joining a training team and thus may have experienced some injuries along
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