Foundation contributions allow providers to stay on the forefront of medical innovation & technology
Research and education are core foundations of TCO, benefiting our patients and advancing clinical practices. Over the past few years, the TCO Annual Research and Education night has continued to grow and expand as we remain determined to stay at the forefront of medical innovation and technology. Presenting to peers and colleagues on specified areas of research creates a collaborative culture that fosters innovation.
Orthopedic research in action
In addition to patient care, many TCO providers also contribute to scholarly research studies and publications. In the past year, our providers researched the following notable topics: CMC/MP Fusion, Total Ankle Replacements, Knee Rehabilitation, Function after ACL Reconstruction, the impact of a 3D Motion Capture System, Achilles Repair, Opioids, Carpal Tunnel procedures, Non-Surgical Frozen Shoulder treatment, the TCO Bio Lab, and much more.
In 2023, we look forward to continuing to develop our educational programs, research studies, and publications.
Collaboration amongst orthopedic experts
The TCO Annual Research and Education night provides an opportunity for shared learning and collaboration, as brilliant minds celebrate one another’s work. Thank you to all who presented this year!
Dr. Clare McCarthy and Carissa Dock, BS | Dr. Paul Cammack | JW Matheson, DPT | Shania Gonzales, DPT, Aubrey Krahn, DPT, and Alexis Mashl, DPT | Jill Monson, PT, and Jon Schoenecker, DPT | Mitchell Carlson, MS, BME | Dr. Mark Fischer | Dr. Christopher Larson | Jamie Palmer, DPT | Torben Urdahl, BA, and Carissa Dock, BS | Braidy Solie, DPT | Dr. J. Christopher Coetzee | Dr. David Gesensway | Morgan Homan, MS | Dr. Christopher Traynor | Dr. Robert LaPrade | Dr. Nicholas Kennedy | Dr. William Engasser | Nicole Schwery MS, CSCS, and Michael Kiely, MS, SCCC