24Jun, 2019

June 2019

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Dr. Steinlauf participates on a Biologics Advisory Board in Atlanta, Ga.  The group of doctors worked with industry leaders to help guide the evolution of better biologic solutions to a multitude of Orthopaedic disease states.
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24May, 2019

May 2019

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Dr. Steinlauf teaches surgeons from around the United States new minimally invasive surgical procedures for bunions, great toe arthritis, and calcaneal osteotomies.  The course included cadaver training in Minneapolis, MN.
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12May, 2019

May 2019

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Dr. Steinlauf lectures on Minimally invasive surgical techniques at a National meeting in New York City.  Other topics included panel discussions about foot and ankle trauma and Charcot arthropathy.  In addition, Dr. Steinlauf teaches surgeons from the United States and other countries minimally invasive surgical techniques in a cadaver training course.  The techniques included minimally invasive bunion surgery, arthritis surgery, calcaneal osteotomies, and various other forefoot procedures.
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9May, 2019

Advances In Sports Medicine

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In the past few years surgeries for sports related injuries have seen tremendous advances.  These include new implants, such as the internal brace.  This device allows patients with ankle instability to undergo surgery followed by a rapid rehabilitation protocol.  Patients no longer require long periods in a cast or prolonged periods of time on crutches. Other advances include minimally invasive surgery for Achille’s tendon ruptures and certain fractures.  Arthroscopic surgery is now performed on joints other than the ankle.  This allows surgeons to treat a diverse set of injuries to […]
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9May, 2019

Ankle Arthritis

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Ankle arthritis is a disabling disease. Patients suffer from pain that is worse with activity and associated with poor range of motion.  The most common cause is a previous trauma, such as a broken ankle.  Other causes include degenerative arthritis (seen in older individuals), chronic ankle instability, rheumatoid arthritis, and many other types of inflammatory arthritis.  Treatment always begins with conservative measures.  These include anti-inflammatories, Tylenol, steroid injections, bracing, and activity modification.  If these treatments fail, surgery may be an alternative.  Surgical options include and fusion and ankle replacement.  The […]
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15Apr, 2019

July 2018

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Dr. Steinlauf is awarded The Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award by the Residents from The University of Miami Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
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15Mar, 2019

March 2019

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Dr. Steinlauf teaches surgeons in Las Vegas during the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He demonstrates new minimally invasive surgical procedures for bunions, great toe arthritis, hammertoe deformity, and hindfoot deformities.
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27Feb, 2019

Ankle Sprains

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What You Need to Know About Ankle Sprains: Ankle sprains are one of the most frequent injuries to effect people of all activity levels. They occur not only in athletes but in laborers, and average people who are simply walking and “twist their ankle.” Although the twist may be minor, people will often have prolonged swelling, pain over the outside of the ankle, and some have frequent giving way. Treatment should begin with “R.I.C.E.” principles. These include rest, ice, compression, and elevation. Over the counter anti-inflammatory medicines such as ibuprofen […]
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15Feb, 2019

February 2019

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Dr. Steinlauf presents lectures at Current Solutions in Foot and Ankle Surgery in Tampa, Fl. He teaches surgeons from around the country about total ankle replacement and complex deformity correction of the lower leg.
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15Nov, 2018

November 2018

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Dr. Steinlauf travels to multiple hospitals and Universities in China to teach surgeons about the latest techniques for managing complex foot and ankle trauma.
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