News & Events

News and Events

Dr. Brian Grogan, Dr. Eric Cotter, and their Team Win Candidate Research Grant Award

Posted on 05/12/2022

Congratulations to Dr. Brian Grogan, Dr. Eric Cotter of the University of Wisconsin Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, and their team of researchers on winning the “2022 American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons’ Candidate Research Grant.”  This ASES $10,000 grant award will help support their research exploring the clinical effectiveness of adding blue light therapy to […]

Bryan Heiderscheit, Ph.D., PT, FAPTA Named Vice Chair for Research

Posted on 05/09/2022

Madison, Wis. – In January 2022, Frederick Gaenslen Professor of Orthopedics Bryan C. Heiderscheit, Ph.D., PT, FAPTA was named Vice Chair for Research for the Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. In addition to this new position, Dr. Heiderscheit holds appointments as Director of Research for Badger Athletic […]

Don’t delay if you want to play: UW Health urges families to schedule sports physicals now

Posted on 04/28/2022

  MADISON, Wis. – Experts with UW Health are encouraging young athletes to schedule their pre-participation sports physical exams with their primary care provider now to avoid a last-minute scramble before the start of school sports this summer. Pre-participation physical exams have long been used in the United States to detect conditions that predispose the […]

2022 Match Day Results

Posted on 03/18/2022

We are thrilled to announce our 2022 Match Day results for both our Orthopedic Residency and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency programs. Congratulations to our incoming residents!

National Women Physicians Day

Posted on 02/03/2022

Today we celebrate the fifth annual National Women Physicians Day on the 201st birthday of Elizabeth Blackwell – the first woman to earn a medical degree in America. Not surprising, the road to that degree was not an easy one; Blackwell was rejected by 29 programs before finally being accepted by a small New York college in 1847. Two […]