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Christina Lopez
Christina Lopez

Norman Browse Clinical Surgery Business Christophe



University Orthopedics directs many clinical research efforts intended to innovate new orthopedic surgery techniques; new surgical implant devices that improve the success of various procedures; and new ways to prevent orthopedic injury.




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Allison Kosiorek is the Physical Therapy Site Coordinator at our Westerly office. She joined University Orthopedics in 2016. Allison graduated in 2013 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Boston University, and 2008 with her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Colby-Sawyer College. She is recognized as a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist. Her clinical interests include preoperative and post-operative orthopedic surgery and overuse injuries of the shoulder in adolescents and adults.


Researchers say the findings provide the strongest evidence so far of the patient benefit of robot-assisted surgery and are now urging National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) to make it available as a clinical option across the UK for all major abdominal surgeries including colorectal, gastro-intestinal, and gynaecological.


Co-Chief Investigator, Professor John Kelly, Professor of Uro-Oncology at UCL's Division of Surgery & Interventional Science and consultant surgeon at University College London Hospitals, said: "Despite robot-assisted surgery becoming more widely available, there has been no significant clinical evaluation of its overall benefit to patients' recovery.


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