Quick questions about movement disorders and THA

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15 years 2 months ago - 15 years 2 months ago #27807 by ndspider
I have always been interested in neurology but somehow got the bug for orthopedic surgery. Thus this is what I will strive to match into next year.

In the meantime, however, I am interested in finding an elective rotation in a department that works with a unique aspect of ortho.....

Hip replacements in individulas with movement disorders (ie huntington's or parkinson's) Weird yes, but who is a "leader in the field" or do you know of anyone who has an interest in this unique line of research?

Hit me up with a message PLEASE
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15 years 2 months ago - 15 years 2 months ago #11123 by
Replied by on topic Mary Ann Keenan is an
Mary Ann Keenan is an orthopod on faculty at Penn who specializes in neuromuscular disorders. I don't know if she does joint replacments though.

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