Shoulder and sports medicine specialist, Dr. Matthew Willis walks us through a rotator cuff repair surgery and outlines what to expect if you are preparing to undergo this procedure.
Although there are no hard and fast rules about picking the best surgeon, in my 10 years of orthopedic practice, I have observed many patterns that I think could help patients determine who is the best surgeon for them.
Drs. Christian Anderson and Allen Anderson just published an article this month in the Clinics in Sports Medicine journal titled “Management of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injured Knee in the Skeletally Immature Athlete."
With the holidays quickly approaching it is very important to take time to review some hand safety tips. The American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) reports that cuts from carving turkeys are one of the top five most common injuries on Thanksgiving.
Cheerleading is a sport that more and more students participate in
throughout the year. There’s an estimated 3.3 million girls, ages 6 to
adult, who participate in school cheerleading as well as competitive cheerleading events. Cheerleading has gone from waving pom-poms on the
sidelines to a very athletic and competitive sport.
Dr. Matthew Willis was recently featured in the cover story of The Journal of Healthcare Contracting.
Fall is here and with fall comes football and with football, hand and finger injuries - commonly referred to as jammed fingers.
Dr. Christian Anderson just published an article in the Clinics in Sports Medicine journal this month, titled “Iliopsoas: Diagnosis, Pathology, and Treatment.”
TOA surgeon, Dr. Christian Anderson was spotlighted by Becker's Orthopedic Review as an 'orthopedic surgeon leader to know.'
TOA surgeon, Dr. Jane Siegel was recently awarded the Tennessee Medical Association House of Delegates, Distinguished Service Award. Dr. Siegel serves as the Speaker of the house for TMA and she is the first female to hold the position.
March is National Athletic Training Month. Athletic trainers are health
care professionals who collaborate with physicians and specialize in the
prevention, emergency care, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of
injuries and sport-related illnesses. Today TOA highlights Megan
Gillespie, a certified athletic trainer who cares for and treats
athletes at Harpeth Hall, an independent college preparatory school for
young women, in Nashville.
Dr. Christian Anderson invited to review grants for the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation
TOA physicians speak at November meeting of Mid-South Workers' Compensation Association
Dr. Allen Anderson speaks at the House of Representatives before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health.
Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance Congratulates Board Certified Physicians
Dr. Christian Anderson invited to be an Associate Master Instructor for the AANA Hip Arthroscopy Course
TOA surgeon, Dr. Jane Siegel featured in latest issue of Tennessee Medicine
Dr. Robert Clendenin & Dr. Dave Alexander voted among Nashville's 'Top Doctors' for Nashville Lifestyles Magazine
TOA surgeon, Allen F. Anderson, MD to be inducted as President of American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine on Saturday, July 11th, 2015, during the Society’s Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL.
Drs. Allen & Christian Anderson were recently published in The American Journal of Sports Medicine for their research on ACL injuries in young athletes and the risks associated with delaying surgery.
TOA congratulates Dr. Lydia White on being voted Manchester's Finest Orthopaedic Doctor & Surgeon!
Doctors Matthew Willis, M.D. and Austin Bragdon PA-C discuss the most commonly asked questions regarding Shoulder Replacement.
Dr. Jane Siegel addresses over 300 Tennessee physicians at the 180th annual MedTenn convention
TOA Clarksville to Host Joint Replacement Seminar - Friday, March 27th - 12:30-1:30PM
TOA welcomes two new physicians