Michael B. Mills, M.D.

Michael B. Mills

Children’s Orthopaedic Surgery Foundation

 

Hip dysplasia research:

1999 – 2002 Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation Research Grant

Direct Cost $75,750

Co-principal Investigator

“Clinical and Noninvasive Mechanical and Physiochemical Analysis of Hip Dysplasia”

 

Resident and fellow teaching:

1981- Title:  Children’s Hospital Orthopaedic Resident Lecture Series-

“Developmental Hip Dysplasia I and II”

Attendees:  8 residents, 3-4 fellows, 1-2 medical students

 

Presentations

  • 2011 “Are Symptoms in Patients with Hip Dysplasia and Femoroacetabular Impingement associated with findings in Magnetic Resonance Arthrography”, “Adolescent Athletes can Return to Previous Level of Athletic Activity Following Surgical Dislocation of the Hip; Switzerland [invited lecture]
  • 2012 “Hip Dysplasia – Where We Are Today”, Bernese Hip Symposium,  Switzerland [invited lecture]

 

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300 Longwood Ave
Hunnewell Building, Suite#213
Boston, MA 02115-5724
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