Listen to Dr. Parekh, the Fantasy Doctor, as he talks about Payton Manning's future, Aaron Rogers calf, his charity work, and other things on his show.
Dr. Selene Parekh cited in "14 of 2014: The best of ideas"
Glass and lives – Dr. Selene Parekh is an orthopedic surgeon at Duke University, North Carolina. In June of 2014, Parekh live-streamed a surgery in a world first. He believes it will help train surgeons in India, which is about '40 years behind the US when it comes to orthopedics.'
Listen to The Fantasy Doctor speak about sports, injuries, athletes you love, and team you care about. Get your roster in top shape.
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.