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Hand and Upper Extremity Live Online Chat

hand-upper-caloutDo you have hand, wrist or elbow pain that is keeping you for your daily activities? If so, join Emory Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr. Claudius Jarrett on Tuesday, July 23 for an online web chat to discuss various topics related to hand and upper extremity conditions in the hand, wrist and elbow such as:

  • What is the difference between a fracture and a sprain?
  • What are the most common injuries that occur from falling down on an outstretched hand?
  • What is carpal tunnel syndrome?
  • What types of hand and wrist problems need surgery?
  • How do you treat arthritis in the hand?
  • What does it mean if it have numbness and tingling in my hands at night?
  • Is Emory involved in any research regarding new treatments of hand and upper extremity conditions?

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Upcoming Doctor Chat: ACL Injuries

ACL Injuries Chat Sign UpDid you know that there are over 150,000 injuries to American athletes each year and female athletes are 2 to 8 times more likely to injure their ACL than their male counterparts?

Surgery is recommended for many ACL (anterior cruiciate ligament) injuries and most athletes are able to get back to their sports within 6 to 12 months. All athletes should know what they can do to prevent ACL injuries or how to take care of an ACL injury if it occurs.  Join Emory Sports Medicine surgeon, Sam Labib on Tuesday, March 26 at 12 noon for an interactive, live, web chat on ACL injuries. Dr. Labib, will be able to answer questions about  the ACL including what the ACL does, how ACL injuries occur, symptoms of an ACL injury, treatment options for ACL injuries, how to get back to your sport after an ACL injury and new research on the horizon.

Dr. Xerogeanes – From High School Athlete to Nationally Renowned Sports Medicine Surgeon

Dr. John Xerogeanes Emory Sports MedicineEmory Sports Medicine physician, Dr. John Xerogeanes, aka Dr. X, is highlighted in his home town publication Prep 2 Prep. Prep 2 Prep is a publication aimed at motivating high school athletes to achieve great heights in their professional careers.

After a successful athletic career in high school and college, Dr. X is now the Chief of Sports Medicine and Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Emory University as well as a team physician at Georgia Tech University.

Learn more about Dr. John W Xerogeanes and his path to his career as an Emory Sports Medicine surgeon in this Prep 2 Prep article.

About Dr. Xerogeanes

Dr. John Xerogeanes, Emory Sports Medicine

John W. Xerogeanes MD, is Chief of Sports Medicine at the Emory Orthopaedic & Spine Center. Known as Dr. “X” by his staff and patients, he is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Emory University as well as an Adjunct Professor at Georgia State and Mercer University. Dr. Xerogeanes is entering his 11th year as Head Orthopaedist and Team Physician for Georgia Tech, Emory University, Agnes Scott College and the Atlanta Dream of the WNBA. Dr X specializes in the care of the knee and shoulder for both male and female athletes of every age. He is Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery and has his Sub Specialty Certification in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine.