2017 ISAKOS Biennial Congress Faculty

 

Stephen L. Lyman, PhD

Hospital for Special Surgery
New York, NY UNITED STATES

Stephen Lyman has been an orthopedic sports medicine and arthroplasty researcher since 1996. His doctoral dissertation lead to the Little League Baseball pitch count limits and his subsequent work on the volume outcomes relationship for orthopedic procedures and patient reported outcome measurement has lead to improvements in our understanding of orthopedic outcomes. He holds faculty appointments at Weill Cornell Medical College in Manhattan and Kyushu University School of Medicine in Fukuoka, Japan.

Tue 06/06
17:00 - 17:05
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2 Arthroscopy - General Topics
Paper
Defining the Learning Curve for Hip Arthroscopy: A Threshold Analysis of the Volume-Outcomes Relationship
Presenting Author
ePosters
E-Poster
#1051
Knee - ACL
Meaningful Annual Surgeon Volume Thresholds for ACL Reconstruction
Presenting Author
ePosters
E-Poster
#1211
Knee - Arthroplasty
Using Mobile Technology to Track Patient Recovery after Knee Arthroplasty
Presenting Author
ePosters
E-Poster
#702
Hip - Impingement
Risk Factors for Revision of Hip Arthorscopy
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