MD for Moms Radio | Dr. Jaime Denning | Bones! | Oct 4th 2017

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MD For Moms Radio, Every Wednesday 1pm (ET) on The BBM Global Network and TuneIn Radio.

This week on MD for Moms, I’ll be interviewing pediatric orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Jaime Denning about bones. Dr. Denning will discuss common concerns voiced by parents of newborns through walkers, and advise how to reduce risk of common childhood traumas. Do you know if sitting in a W position is actually dangerous? Should a toddler complain of leg pain? Learn the answers to these questions and many more on this week’s MD for Moms.

Have a question for Dr. Jaime Denning about bones? Call and talk to us LIVE on air: 866-451-1451

Learn more about my guest, Dr. Jaime Denning:

Dr. Jaime Rice Denning is an assistant professor of pediatric orthopaedic surgery at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) within the UC Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. She specializes in pediatric orthopaedic fractures and trauma and pediatric foot and ankle surgery including clubfoot. Dr. Denning is fellowship trained in pediatric orthopaedic surgery at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital and completed an AO traveling fellowship in pediatric orthopaedic trauma surgery in Bern, Switzerland. She is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon and is trained in the Ponseti method of clubfoot treatment.

Within CCHMC, Dr. Denning is the division safety officer. She is involved with the Performance Improvement and Patient Safety (PIPS) Committee and helped redesign/standardize the surgical services Morbidity and Mortality system. Nationally, Dr. Denning is an active member of several orthopaedic societies (Orthopaedic Trauma Association, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America) and is an appointed member of the Board of Directors of the Children’s Orthopedic Trauma Investigative Consortium for Evidence Based Study (CORTICES). She enjoys teaching medical students and residents and mentoring female orthopaedic surgeons-in-training.

 

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