University Orthopaedic Surgeons provides a whole approach to orthopaedic care. Our premier team of surgeons provides specialized care to keep East Tennessee in motion. Find out more about our all-inclusive approach to providing orthopaedic treatment options uniquely designed for you.
At UOS, our goal is to get our patients back to their lives. Whether you have had a procedure, an injury or physical therapy, we would like to hear how your orthopaedic, sports medicine or physical therapy care at UOS changed your life and/or enabled you to get back to the activities and sports you enjoy.
March 9, 2017
Registration: 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm (Snacks Provided)
Program: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm (Questions Following) UT Medical Center’s Heart Hospital Conference Room (Directly off Fountain Circle Entrance)
The University of Tennessee Medical Center, in partnership with Red Hot Mamas®, is hosting a monthly 10-part educational series. The seventh topic, presented by Dr. Triantafillou of UOS, focuses on the osteoporosis causes and treatments below:
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Dr. Moss is fellowship trained in hand surgery. With a passion for hand and upper extremity surgery, Dr. Moss is an expert in treating problems involving the entire upper extremity from the shoulder to the fingertips. His specific practice interests include arthroscopic and open surgery of the shoulder, elbow, and wrist.
Dr. Wallace is fellowship trained in orthopaedic traumatology and musculoskeletal oncology. As the only fellowship-trained musculoskeletal oncologist in the greater east Tennessee region, Dr. Wallace is uniquely qualified to treat both primary and metastatic bone and soft tissue tumors of the extremities and pelvis.
Hip replacement surgery can be a scary thing. At the University Orthopaedic Surgeons under the care of Dr. Eilerman, it's no big deal!
Dr. William Oros recently performed a life-time first--operating on a 385 lb. gorilla. Wanto, a 37-year-old silverback Western lowland gorilla at the Knoxville Zoo, had a broken femur. Dr. Oros volunteered his time to perform surgery on the fracture.
Medicare is considering deep cuts in payments to Orthopaedic surgeons who perform hip and knee replacement surgery in 2014. Learn more about this issue and how you can help.
UOS was proud to be a part of the 11th annual Tee Up For Trauma benefiting emergency and trauma services at the University of Tennessee Medical Center.
Dr. Christine M. Seaworth provided foot exams and distributed shoes as part of the Our Hearts to Your Soles program at Lost Sheep Ministries' Under the Bridge event on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015.