McMaster University

McMaster University

MacOrtho

The Division of Orthopaedic Surgery at McMaster University has a history of excellence in orthopaedic research and education. Our strategy is simple—to be responsible to our patients by providing exemplary patient care, using best evidence to guide our decisions, and leading innovation in education and research.

Our vision is to improve the lives of patients with musculoskeletal disease through the paradigm of evidence-based orthopaedics. By carrying out this vision at every level of our Division, we will be recognized by our patients, our learners, our faculty and our community as the best orthopaedic surgical program in the nation.

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MacSports Has Strong Showing at the ISHA 2017 Meeting

Dr. Olufemi Ayeni and Dr. Ryan Coughlin (fellow) represented MacSports at the 2017 ISHA conference in…



 

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Dr. Bhandari Receives Standing Ovation at ASES 2017 Meeting

Dr. Bhandari’s Think Big – “call to action” at the Annual Meeting of the…

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MacOrtho Teaches at OTA Resident Fracture Course

Drs Petrisor, Johal, and Alasiri teached the Resident Comprehensive Fracture Course.

Dr. Darren de SA Selected to Lead Sports Medicine Conference

Congratulations to Dr. Darren de SA who was selected to lead a multi-disciplinary Sports Medicine Conference at…


 

PARITY Reaches 50% of Enrollment Target

We are thrilled to announce that Michelle Ghert enrolled the 300th PARITY participant (and the 17th for...

MacOrtho Wins MSTS Best Collaborative Study

Tricia Schneider and Michelle Ghert, along with their close collaborators from Spain Roberto Velez and ...

Welcome Dr. Marti Bernaus!

MacOrtho would like to welcome Dr. Marti Bernaus, a 5th year resident from Hospital Universitario Mútua Terrassa in...

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