Hip replacement surgery can be a scary thing. At the University Orthopaedic Surgeons under the care of Dr. Eilerman, it's no big deal!
Tuesday, April 7, 2015 from 11:00am-1:00pm
The University of Tennessee Medical Center
Heart Hospital Conference Room
Dr. Seaworth and other UOS staff provide foot exams and distribute shoes as part of the Souls for Soles program at Lost Sheep Ministries' Under the Bridge event.
Dr. Christine M. Seaworth, a foot and ankle specialist with University Orthopaedic Surgeons, and staff from UOS worked to help the homeless and needy get a good pair of shoes this winter.
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 orthopedic 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 the presenting sponsor of the 10th annual Tee Up For Trauma benefit emergency and trauma services at the University of Tennessee Medical Center.Learn More