Mankind vs. Machine: Smart Solutions to Augment Today’s Joint Surgeon
Originally Broadcast: December 3, 2020 | 8 p.m. EST
Exactech is defining a new future that connects surgeons and patients with smart solutions throughout the journey of care. Personalized to each surgeon, patient and procedure, Active Intelligence® is a powerful suite of technologies to help surgeons engage with patients and peers, predict outcomes and optimize performance in the operating room. Learn more on Dec. 3 from a distinguished panel of shoulder and knee replacement surgeons: Joseph Zuckerman, MD, Ryan Simovitch, MD, Moby Parsons, MD, Richard Jones, MD, and James Huddleston, MD.
Surgeon Panel Info:
Joseph Zuckerman, MD
Joseph Zuckerman, MD, is professor and chairman, and surgeon-in-chief at NYU Langone Medical Center Hospital for Joint Diseases. He completed his internship and residency at University of Washington, and fellowships at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Mayo Clinic. Dr. Zuckerman is an industry thought leader and has traveled around the world educating surgeons on shoulder replacement. He is past-president of the AAOS and an original Equinoxe design team member.
Ryan Simovitch, MD
Ryan Simovitch, MD, is director of the shoulder division at HSS Florida and team physician for two of the St. Louis Cardinals MiLB team – Palm Beach Cardinals and Gulf Coast League Cardinals. He completed his residency at Duke University Medical Center and fellowships in Switzerland and at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Simovitch is a design surgeon for the Equinoxe resurfacing and cuff sparing systems and Stemless Shoulder.
Moby Parsons, MD
Moby Parsons, MD, practices at the Knee, Hip and Shoulder Center in Portsmouth, N.H., and is a member of the ExactechGPS design team. He trained at the University of Pittsburgh where he performed a research fellowship in shoulder surgery; his clinical research on tendon transfers won the Neer Award. Dr. Parsons received fellowship training at the University of Washington and University of New South Wales. He is a founding member of the New England Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons and a regional leader in shoulder surgery, including outpatient shoulder arthroplasty.
Richard Jones, MD
Richard Jones, MD, an Equinoxe design team member and international lecturer on the shoulder, practices in North Carolina. He is a leading shoulder specialist in his region and pioneered the reverse shoulder procedure in his area. He has served as assistant team physician for Western Carolina University, the Cleveland Browns and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Dr. Jones completed his residency at the Campbell Clinic and his fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic.
James Huddleston, MD
James Huddleston, MD, is associate professor of orthopaedic surgery and chief of the adult reconstruction service at Stanford University Medical Center. Dr. Huddleston completed his undergraduate degree at Yale University, his general surgery internship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, his residency at the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program, and his fellowship in adult reconstruction at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Huddleston also helped design the Optetrak Logic® CC Comprehensive Revision System.