Apr 17, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the city of Boston and the dedicated first responders and healthcare workers who provided care for those injured. David Moss, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon here at Sibley who was in New York City during 9-11 and cared for victims with blast wave injuries, was interviewed by WUSA9 to discuss these types of injuries.
Apr 15, 2013
Bonnie Sun, M.D. is a board-certified and fellowship-trained breast surgeon specializing in breast cancer. We sat down with Dr. Sun to learn more about her approach to treating breast cancer.
Apr 09, 2013
Dan Brody, M.D. of Sibley Memorial Hospital says, "Things are a bit suppressed because of the cold weather we've been having, so it seems that the normal peak pollen season is going to be a couple of weeks delayed."
Mar 26, 2013
Anthony Unger, medical director at the Institute of Bone and Joint Health at Sibley Memorial Hospital and a clinical professor of orthopedic surgery at George Washington University Hospital, says the anterior approach is “truly minimally invasive.” Unger, who has done about 4,000 hip replacements over 26 years and has used the anterior technique for the past eight years, says “patients have better overall functionality, can sleep on their sides and be confident the new hip won’t dislocate.”
Apr 04, 2011
Some Americans have expressed concern, due to an erroneous media report, that the small amount of radiation a patient receives from a mammogram may significantly increase the likelihood of developing thyroid cancer. This concern simply is not supported in scientific literature.