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CORE AREAS OF TREATMENT
We offer many treatment options. In each area below, you'll find options for both surgical and non-surgical treatment.
The shoulder is one of the most complex joints in the human body; made up of bones, cartilage, ligaments, muscles, and tendons...
Knee pain, one of the most common orthopaedic conditions, is caused by damage to one or more of the knee’s components...
Dr. O'Grady provides excellent care for all shoulder and knee sports injuries - from fractures to full ACL and shoulder...
Regenerative medicine is the catchall term for a burgeoning field of medicine that focuses on harnessing the body’s innate...
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FROM THE BLOG
RECENT SPEAKING EVENTS
Dr. O’Grady recently spoke to the local Wave Baseball Organization about the well-being of their young athletes, and he was extremely impressed with the standard to which they hold the safety of their players. We love seeing an organization that cares so much about its athletes!
I recently spoke to the Great Southern Sports Association about encouraging local baseball organizations and coaches to be aware of the risk of injuries young baseball players face. Following the campaign, GSSA agreed to utilize pitch counts as a protective measure at the Andrews Institute Battle on the Beach, which the GSSA and Andrews Institute will co-sponsor this May.
I was at the New Orleans International Shoulder Symposium, a focused shoulder course covering arthroscopy and arthroplasty. Here, we discussed multiple topics on Sports Medicine using shoulder replacement as a treatment for sports-related injuries. I participated in both teaching lectures and cadaver labs.
Speaking at a course titled, "exposures in total shoulder arthroplasty.” This course was co-chaired by myself and my good friend Phani Dantuluri, M.D. of Atlanta.
A talk I gave in February at a lower extremity course at Andrews Institute.
Happy to have so many parents, players and coaches from Wave baseball attend my talk on injury prevention. Let's keep the kids on the field and out of my office!
On April 13, I had the chance to speak at the Mitek Sports Medicine Fellows Forum in Chicago, IL. I discussed Knee Arthroscopy focusing on a female basketball player’s open physes and ACL tear.
Successfully dodged Hurricane Matthew in Miami and still had a great shoulder course with this fantastic group of Brazilian surgeons. It was an honor teaching shoulder surgery and learning from you all over the last several days. Safe travels back to Rio!
We had a great time at this event with so many local CrossFitters! Congratulations to all the competitors.
Thank you to the Department of Orthopaedics at UAB for the opportunity to give the grand rounds lecture on shoulder instability last night. Special thanks to Dr. Brent Ponce for the invite.
In Atlanta teaching a shoulder replacement course with my good friend Phani Dantuluri who always ensures that I learn as much as I teach at these courses. Thanks buddy.
Congratulations to the athletes of the Pensacola Beach brawl. Incredible competitors! We were happy to be a part of the event!
Having the opportunity and resources to be a part of this mission trip was incredibly rewarding. We were able to provide services to those that otherwise might not have had the opportunity!
We recently met with three BioMet surgeons from Brazil who were able to collaborate with our team about shoulder replacements! It was an honor to work with these surgeons.
Dr. O'Grady was the guest lecturer and spoke on complex shoulder replacements at the Houston Shoulder Society.
Dr. O'Grady was one of six invited international speakers at the Annual Congress for Surgeons of the Shoulder and Elbow in Mexico. He did several talks, including "Management of the Subscapularis in Shoulder Arthroplasty," "OrthoBiologics in the Treatment of Tommy John injuries of the Throwers Elbow," "The Use of Custom Made Glenoid Components in the Complex Shoulder Replacement Surgery," as wells as other talks covering tips and tricks in primary and revision shoulder surgery. It was an excellent experience and a chance to share with multiple colleagues!