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Department of Orthopedics

School of Medicine

When flip becomes flop, a surgeon’s skill – and empathy – make all the difference

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Written by UCHealth on July 3, 2019
Success of young athlete’s complex knee repair hinged on body and mind.It was a typical day skiing with friends out in the woods at Beaver Creek – typical for Jeremy Lieber and his friends, at least. Lieber, a 17-year-old Boulder Fairview High School junior, had been carving turns about since he could walk.

Topics: Press Coverage, Knee

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