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Dr. Selene Parekh give his "ortho-pinion" on the accessory navicular.
Dr. Parekh gives his "Ortho-pinion" to ANationInMotion.org, a campaign created by The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) to showcase the value of orthopaedic care through the inspiring life stories of the millions of patients cared for by orthopaedic surgeons.
Excerpt from "The Accessory Navicular – 'I have an extra bone?'"
Over the years, I have had a number of patients who come in with complaints of pain in the inner center part of their arch. Typically, these patients tend to be athletic, however not all are. Oftentimes, these patients have a bump in this inner center arch area. What is this bump and why is it painful?
Your doctor Parekh comments on injuries affecting Week 10 of the NFL.
November 7, 2014
Dr. Parekh, "The Fantasy Doctor", hosts radio show, The Fantasy Doctor, on lifestyletalkradio.com and talks about injuries in the NFL and how these will effect this week of play.
October issue of "Clinical Practice Today"
Read Duke Medicine's October issue of "Clinical Practice Today" which includes informative articles, such as "Innovative Health Care Technologies Are Advancing Medical Practice: New products and applications offer dynamic solutions for physicians and patients" and a case study that describes how a successful double ankle replacement by Duke’s experienced foot and ankle team eliminated pain for one 72-year-old patient.
"The Fantasy Doctor" on injuries, your favorite athletes, and your team.
October 24, 2014
Listen to the fantasy doctor speak about sports, injuries, athletes you love, and team you care about.
Dr. Parekh interviewed by Orthopreneur Magazine about the business of orthopedics
Think Like an Innovator: Tips from a Surgeon Entrepreneur
Selene G. Parekh, M.D., partner at the North Carolina Orthopaedic Clinic and Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Duke University, saw the value in educating fellow surgeons, residents and medical students on the business aspects of medicine to improve healthcare.
Dr. Parekh took a year off from medical school to earn his MBA, during which time he learned to expand his approach and seek innovative solutions. He completed a Healthcare Entrepreneurship Fellowship, learning how ideas progressed from concepts to marketing and product launches.
During his residency, Dr. Parekh saw that his co-residents, as well as physicians and medical students, did not understand the language of business. This led him to develop the “Business of Orthopaedics” conference, which addressed practice management, product development and entrepreneurship, as well as personal financial management, leadership and negotiations.
Listen to Dr. Selene Parekh, the Fantasy Doctor, discuss how injuries will effect week 4 of the NFL.
"The Fantasy Doctor" discusses week 2 in the NFL
September 19, 2014
Listen to the Fantasy Doctor discuss week 2 in the NFL and how these injuries are shaping players, the teams they are on, and your fantasy roster.
Dr. Parekh comments on Johnson's achilles injury
Derrick Johnson’s injury is brutal for the Chiefs but appalling for him
BY SAM MELLINGER | THE KANSAS CITY STAR September 7, 2014
excerpt from article
Other than a head or neck injury, a torn Achilles’ tendon might be the worst injury that can happen on a football field. The Achilles is the longest and strongest tendon in the human body, requiring up to 11 months of rehab. Full recoveries are nearly impossible. At least with an ACL tear, athletes typically return to full strength.
Research from Duke University indicates that more than one-third of NFL players who suffer ruptured Achilles’ never play again. All of the players who returned saw “significant decreases” in games played and production. That study was published four years ago, but the grim outlook remains.
“That’s absolutely still the case,” says Selene Parekh, an associate professor for orthopedic surgery and a co-author of the study. “Once you tear (the Achilles’), you’re just not the same.”