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Bad Knees and Broken Bones at the Olympics: Hackensack Orthopaedist on Sports Injuries

Released: 7-Feb-2014 11:00 AM EST
Source Newsroom: Hackensack University Medical Center
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Newswise — The following orthopaedic surgeon expert from Hackensack University Medical Center is available to discuss sports injuries related to the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Dr. Michael Kelly is the chairman of Hackensack University Medical Center’s Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, past president of the Knee Society, former team physician for the New Jersey Nets, and a competitor in the 2005 Ford Ironman World Competition held in Hawaii. Dr. Kelly was also a member of the team that designed the Zimmer “Gender Solutions” knee.

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