ORC Chicago Is Offering Personalized Orthopaedic Care To Patients
Gabriel S. Levi, MD, director of Joint Replacement and Sports Medicine prides himself and the practice on providing personal care to the patient and making a lasting impact on their well-being. Dr. Gabriel Levi is the chief of orthopedic surgery at Presence Saint Francis Hospital, as well as Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center. Learn more about ORC and Dr. Levi in this exclusive Patch one-on-one.
Honored to be part of the dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for our new dedicated orthopaedic trauma and joint replacement unit at St. Francis Hospital!
Dr. David Saper, Orthopaedic Surgery - Advocate Health Care
Meet Dr. Gabriel Levi, Orthopedic Surgeon – Advocate Health Care
Pink Path Run, Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation's 5K
We are extremely proud to once again sponsor Pink Path Run! Proceeds from our sponsorship for the Pink Path Run will fund innovative breast cancer research and educational programs at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University.
Join with us for the 3rd annual 5K run, walk and Kids’ Dash and be a part of fight against breast cancer. Click here to register and raise funds to support the Pink Path Run, Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation’s 5K
Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation 5K
ORC - Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Centers is proud to sponsor the Lynn Sage breast cancer research foundation 5 kilometer race this Sunday, October 25, 2015. We encourage all people to register to participate I this great event You can register for the event at lynnsage.org/5k/registration/
Orthopedic Surgeon & Patient Interviewed for WGN Program
Illinois Masonic orthopedic surgeon Dr. Gabriel Levi and his patient Katie Carson were interviewed today for WGN’s program Living Healthy Chicago.
In 2011, Katie suffered a severe tibia and fibula break while playing soccer. When she saw that her leg was bent at nearly a 90-degree angle, she thought she would never walk again. She was brought to Illinois Masonic, where Dr. Levi inserted an intramedullary rod. Two days later, Katie was able to weight bear. Six months later, she was able to run a half marathon!
WGN interviewed both Katie and Dr. Levi at Illinois Masonic for the story. They also captured some B-roll footage of Katie running in the park outside the CAC! I’m including a few behind-the-scenes shots below.
Many thanks to Dr. Levi and Jequeatta for sharing this wonderful story with us! If you’d like to tune in, the segment, which will be part of a bone health show, will air on WGN on Sunday, Oct. 11, at 11:30 am.
We are proud to sponsor Univision Spanish broadcast of the Chicago White Sox!Posted by Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Centers - ORC Chicago on Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Clinical utility of ultrasound guidance for intra-articular knee injections: a review
Intra-articular corticosteroid and hyaluronic acid injections provide short-term symptom amelioration for arthritic conditions involving structural damage or degenerative changes in the knee. Conventional palpation-guided anatomical injections frequently result in inaccurate needle placement into extra-articular tissue and adjacent structures.
Improving Injection Accuracy of the Elbow, Knee, and Shoulder
Does Injection Site and Imaging Make a Difference? A Systematic Review
Erika L. Daley,* BS, Sarvottam Bajaj,* BE, Leslie J. Bisson,y MD, and Brian J. Cole,*z MD, MBA Investigation performed at Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois
Joint injections and aspirations are used to reduce joint pain and decrease inflammation. The efficacy of these injections is diminished when they are placed inadvertently in the wrong location or compartment. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the use of varying sites or imaging techniques affects the rate of accurate needle placement in aspiration and injection in the shoulder, elbow, and knee.
Articles by Dr. Levi: Cartilage Injuries
Dr. Gabriel S. Levi is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon at ORC. He completed his fellowship training in joint reconstruction at the world-renowned Insall Scott Kelly Institute in New York City. His specialties include joint reconstruction and sports medicine. Dr. Levi has a special interest in cartilage injuries and joint replacement of the knee and hip. He is also bilingual in Spanish and English.