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At the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, we understand that care goes far beyond physical healing. In addition to being a nationally recognized orthopaedic specialist, Paul Thomas, M.D., has been helping patients heal, both physically and emotionally, for decades. During Thomas’ high school years in...

We all strive to have balance in our daily schedule. But what about in our muscles? As an orthopaedic surgeon, I often treat injuries caused by working out too hard, too quickly and not following proper techniques. The key to preventing long-term injuries is balance—balance among...

This position statement was developed by the surgeons of the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee after collectively reviewing the most up-to-date scientific studies of biologic therapies. There is an increasing interest in the use of biologic products, including stem cell and PRP therapies, as modalities...

For Geoff Watson, M.D., a foot and ankle surgeon at the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, caring for patients with lower extremity injuries comes naturally. During his first month of residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, his dad suffered a tendon injury,...