February 2, 2016
Happy Groundhog's day
November 10, 2015
Grace's story highlighted again (see Oct 5, 2015 news story below). In this blog, marvel at Grace's incredible story which would not have been possible without an extraordinary group of people, including some of COA's own (Dr Fabregas and Dr Schmitz).
October 5, 2015
Fox 5 news recently aired a story highlighting an inspirational young patient of Dr Fabregas and Dr Schmitz. They performed a rare surgery called a rotationplasty in order to treat a bone cancer in her thigh. Click here to see "Amazing Grace".
October 4, 2015
Congrats to Dr Marshall!!! Dr. David Marshall was recently featured on the cover of Canton Family Life magazine. He will also be featured on the November cover of Woodstock Family Life magazine.
Furthermore, CBS National recently interviewed Dr. Marshall for a segment that aired on more than 150 CBS stations nationwide. Following the tragic injury that lead to the recent death of another high school football player, there has been an increased interest and awareness in the risk of internal injuries (specifically the liver and spleen) to our young athletes, epecially in contact sports such as football. Dr. Marshall gave incredible answers to the reporters' questions and we at COA are especially proud of him. He assured that while internal abdominal injuries are a possibility, they are not as common as other injuries such as concussions.
August 30, 2015
Dr Jill Flanagan was honored to present at the 25th Annual Baltimore Limb Deformity Course. She gave a talk on the use of Taylor Spatial Frames a (circular-type external fixator) in the treatment of Adolescent Blount's disease. She also served as a faculty member for the course, helping to teach other physicians the latest techniques in limb deformity treatment.
August 5, 2015
Dr Jill Flanagan was on Fox 5 Atlanta news tonight. Click here to learn about her patients' miraculous 2 year journey to treat his broken leg.
August 4, 2015
Dr. Cliff Willimon was honored to present at the Vail International Complex Knee Symposium (VICKS). Dr. Willimon gave a lecture on “Medial Patellar Instability.” He also served as an lab instructor to assist and teach the latest techniques for complex knee reconstructions including ACL, PCL, MCL, and posterolateral corner reconstruction techniques.