EXCITING NEWS: Dr. Rice has joined Beacon Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
Listen to Dr. Ian Rice's interview with Lance McAllister of 700WLW, as Lance asks Dr. Rice's orthopedic surgeon perspective on Joe Burrow's incredible journey from devastating knee injury to NFL comeback player of the year.
Two Greater Cincinnati health care providers have announced a new partnership agreement that aims to transform orthopedic offerings in the Tri-State region. Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine and TriHealth said their new joint venture, which will be formally announced Tuesday, will improve quality, affordability and accessibility of care. Both groups will remain independent, but select TriHealth-employed orthopedic physicians will have the opportunity to join Beacon.
TriHealth and Highland District Hospital announced Monday they are partnering to offer the Hillsboro community and surrounding area orthopedic and sports medicine coverage through the TriHealth Orthopedic and Sports Institute physicians and surgeons.
Cincinnati-based TriHealth providers will begin to see patients through Highland District Hospital in Hillsboro, Ohio through a recently announced partnership.
If you’re an athlete and you’ve started to notice activity-related groin pain – particularly in the crease where the hip meets the leg – you may have a hip labral tear. Now you're probably wondering: What is that?
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Hip Labral tears are common in recreational and competitive golfers due to the twisting forces on the hip during the golf swing. Pro golfers Steve Stricker and Greg Norman have sustained hip labral tears during their careers, and returned to competitive play after having arthroscopic surgery to repair the labrum - the band of cartilage surrounding the hip joint.