Dr. Michael Durkin was recognized as an IL Top Doc for Orthopedic Surgery in January 2019. Dr. Durkin was selected following a comprehensive 3 year process including a qualification questionnaire, research and an in depth screening process. To see the full list of IL Top Docs’ recently reviewed and approved providers for January 2019, click … continue reading
On October 19, 2018, at an awards banquet in Budapest, Hungary, Hinsdale Orthopaedics’ Sports Medicine physician Bernard J. Feldman, M.D. will be inducted into the United World Wrestling Hall of Fame. Dr. Feldman was selected earlier this year to receive the Order of Merit, an award category, which recognizes and honors individuals who have provided … continue reading
Dr. T. Andrew Ehmke, of Hinsdale Orthopaedics, demonstrated robot-assisted surgery to Lyons Township High School Future Healthcare Professionals Club. The group of high school students were able to try the Mako robotic-arm-assisted surgery system without a blade on a plastic leg. To read article, click here.
Dr. Jeffrey S. Staron is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon who is fellowship trained in sports medicine. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in bioengineering from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, followed by a Doctor of Medicine degree from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. He completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at the Fort … continue reading
T. Andrew Ehmke, DO, will reveal how high precision robotic and 3-D modeling systems such as Mako® have revolutionized joint replacement surgery in recent years. Wednesday, September 19, 2018 | 6:00pm AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center – La Grange 5101 S. Willow Springs Rd., Dixon C La Grange, IL 60525 Call 855.MyAMITA today to register … continue reading
Dr. Ehmke is a fellowship trained joint replacement surgeon specializing in minimally invasive hip, knee and shoulder replacement. He completed his fellowship at the world renowned Rubin Institute of Advanced Orthopedics in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Ehmke utilizes the latest techniques in minimally invasive surgery including robotic assisted joint replacement, anterior approach hip replacement, 3D printed … continue reading
Drs. Robert Daley and Justin LaReau of Hinsdale Orthopaedics are two of the physicians leading the construction planning of two new Amita Health Centers for Joint Replacement. After more than two years of physician-led planning, construction is underway. These Centers will provide new orthopedic operating rooms specifically designed for joint replacement patients, as well as … continue reading
We hear the stories of friends, acquaintances or fitness gurus who swear by workouts so intense practitioners vomit or can’t move afterwards – but starting an intense workout regimen could be very dangerous – and even deadly. Super intense workouts could lead to a condition known as rhabdomyolysis, which occurs when muscle tissue is injured … continue reading
Windy City Life “Ask the Doctor” appearance by Benjamin Domb, MD. Ryan’s orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Benjamin Domb, took questions from viewers for a “Ask the Doctor” segment. He talked about a common injury pregnant women endure, preventing common injuries, protecting knees when training and arthritis in pinky fingers. Watch Dr. Domb’s TV Appearance For more … continue reading
Vaginal tears are regularly discussed as a birth complication—but hip tears? You don’t hear much about those. But medical experts report more and more women that have a torn hip labrum as a result of giving birth, according to Benjamin Domb, MD, medical director at American Hip Institute and director of orthopedic surgery at Adventist … continue reading
Dr.Ronak Patel, of Hinsdale Orthopaedics, was honored to be invited to moderate the Sports Medicine/Shoulder Session of research papers at the 2017 Mid-America Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting. The mission of the Mid-America Orthopaedic Association is to serve its members through outstanding educational and fellowship opportunities and to provide value-added services, at the annual meeting and … continue reading
Congratulations to our physicians who were named 2017 Top Doctors! This honor recognizes and reinforces our ongoing commitment to providing excellent care to our patients. The Top Doctors were featured in the April 2017 edition of Western Suburban Living Magazine, see the entire list here. From Hinsdale Orthopaedics the following physicians were recognized: Dr. Giridhar … continue reading
Join Us for a Free Seminar April 4, 2017, 6:00pm Oak Brook Park District, Central Park West Building 1500 Forest Gate Road, Oak Brook Join orthopedic surgeons Dr. Robert J. Daley and Dr. Benjamin G. Domb as they discuss how robotic arm-assisted joint replacement can help you or a loved one. Reserve Your Seat Today! … continue reading
With spring upon us, avid golfers are ready to hit the links. Although golf is a low-impact sport, it requires a lot of skill and technique. The swing can put a great deal of stress on the body, including your hips and ACL. It is important to note that you don’t have to be a professional to experience pain from golfing, recreational golfers can sustain injuries as well.
Downhill skiing is one of the most exhilarating activities you can experience during the winter season. However, this fun-filled activity is associated with the risk of injury due to falls and collisions on the slopes and can cause torn ligaments, broken bones, and serious head injuries. Knee and lower leg injuries are the most common … continue reading
The Hinsdalean featured an “Ask the Expert” interview with Dr. Benjamin Domb. After nearly 1,000 hip replacement surgeries and 3,000 other procedures to preserve and improve the hip joint, Dr. Benjamin Domb continues to work toward improvements. His foundation, the American Hip Institute, supports research and education that will further advance his craft. — by … continue reading
The hip labrum is important for joint stability and kinematics and has nerve endings facilitating proprioception and pain. Dr. Domb discusses labral repair, as well as techniques and superior outcomes to debridement, and therefore, it is the first-line approach to repair the labrum.