Orthopaedic Specialists-UPMC Newsletter

Summer 2014

Read articles from the latest issue of our e-newsletter.

Hip Fracture Prevention

In 2000, there were 250,000 hip fractures nationwide. By 2020, the incidence of hip fractures is expected increase to 500,000. Learn more about reducing your risk of hip fracture, managing osteoarthritis, and making your home a safe environment.
Read the full article on hip fracture prevention>>

Four Simple to Keep Your Feet Healthy

Among patients with diabetes, nerve damage can cause complications in the feet and other extremities. Read more for four simple tips to help maintain your foot health and take steps to prevent neuropathy.
Read the full article on keeping your feet healthy>>

Hughes Receives Physician Award

Trinity Health System named Thomas B. Hughes, Jr., MD, Physician of the Month for June 2014 based on excellent patient feedback and results of a vote among colleagues. Learn more about this honor and how you can make an appointment with Dr. Hughes for your specialized orthopaedic needs.
Read the full article on Dr. Hughes' Physician Award>>

Past Issues

​Spring 2014
Winter 2014
​Autumn 2013

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