Life Changing Surgical Relief For Ecuadorians

Posted on January 26, 2017 to News and Press

 Dr. Clayton Lane and AOC surgery tech Kendra Wright traveled to Ecuador to perform ACL’s, MCL’s and various meniscal treatments on patients who would otherwise not have access to advanced orthopaedic surgical techniques. Foundation La Vida, created by retired Fairhope Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr. Paul Fellers, asked Dr. Lane to join him in providing these life-changing procedures […]

Tagged: acl, acl injuries, ACL Reconstruction, acl tear, foreign aid, meniscus, meniscus repair

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ACL Reconstruction Surgery

Posted on August 15, 2016 to AOC Physician Articles, News and Press

ACL Reconstruction Surgery

The anterior cruciate ligament, better known as the ACL, is one of four ligaments that hold the knee together. The ACL is also one of the most easily—and commonly—injured parts of the knee, especially for athletes. This type of injury frequently occurs in athletes who participate in high impact sports like football, basketball, hockey, and […]

Tagged: ACL Reconstruction, acl rehab, acl tear, knee injury, sports medicine

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Advances in Knee Surgery For Athletes

Posted on March 22, 2016 to News and Press

From the operating room to recovery, Dr. Clayton Lane offers an exclusive view of the new techniques being used in ACL surgery today. Surgeons have been trying to repair anterior cruciate ligament tears for a century, but until the last 25 years they were unsuccessful. In the last decade success rates have climbed to nearly […]

Tagged: acl, AOC, Dr. Clayton Lane, knee, knee injuries, knee injury, knee surgery, Sport Medicine

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Summer Sports: Who Will You Draft?

Posted on June 3, 2014 to News and Press

  Which doctors should you trust for Summer Sports Injuries? With summer fast approaching, it means one thing…football training. Preparation for the 2014 football season will soon be under way, and coaches are eager to implement new schemes devised from the lengthy offseason. If everything goes according to plan, their strategies should lead their team […]

Tagged: Alabama Orthopaedic, ankle, arm, elbow, foot, hip, knee, shoulder, training injuries

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The Dangers of High Heels: Dr. Clayton Lane

Posted on August 28, 2013 to AOC Physician Articles

In January of 2012, The New York Times wrote a piece on the findings of several postdoctoral researchers at the Musculoskeletal Research Program at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia. The article is called “A Scientific Look at the Dangers of High Heels,” and presents the effects on the muscles and tendons of women who wear high heels at least […]

Tagged: Alabama Orthopaedic, AOC, dangers, Dr. Clayton Lane, feet, high heels

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Tulane’s Devon Walker: Football Injuries Review with Dr. Clayton Lane

Posted on September 10, 2012 to AOC Physician Articles

Tulane player, Devon Walker, sustained a cervical spine fracture this weekend. This is one of the most serious on-field injuries that can occur in the game of football. The real concern here or with a fracture to any part of the spine, is how much the spinal cord was traumatized during the injury. In cases […]

Tagged: Alabama, aoc sports, Broken Neck, Cervical Injuries, Devon Walker, Dr. Clayton Lane, Football, Football Injury, Halo, orthopaedic, orthopedic, Spine fracture, sports medicine

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AOC’s Dr. Lane Launches mysportsdoc.com

Posted on May 2, 2012 to News and Press

Check out the innovative mysportsdoc.com. This new sports medicine website is the creation of our very own, Dr. Clayton Lane. There is a wealth of information on the website that will be very useful to anyone who is involved with sports: from little leaguers and weekend warriors all the way to the professional athlete. You can […]

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