Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush is nationally recognized as a leader in comprehensive orthopedic services ranging from sports medicine, hip, knee, hand, feet, spine, cartilage restoration, pediatrics, trauma, orthopedic oncology, shoulder care, pain management and occupational health. In fact, U.S.News & World Report ranks the orthopedic program at Rush University Medical Center as #6 in the nation and the highest ranked program in Illinois. > more
View Our Latest Video
Dr. Christopher DeWald, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush spinal deformity and scoliosis, spine, back and neck surgeon, explains that golfers can relieve back pain without surgery.
Patient of the Month
Peggy Veach, 63, is a resident of Kingston, IL and an avid baseball fan. She and her family love to go to games together and cheer on their favorite teams, including the Omaha Storm Chasers. > more
Munster Indiana Office
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush has opened a new orthopedic office in Munster, Indiana, offering full orthopedic services, imaging and physical therapy. > more
National Federation of State High School Associations' Pitch Count Mandate > more
Golfers Return to Same or Improved Handicap after Spinal Fusion > more
Golfers Get Back to Play after Spinal Surgery > more
Regulating Pitch Count for Young Baseball Players to Reduce Shoulder and Elbow Injuries > more
Dr. Brian Cole Using Allografts for Younger Patients with Knee Arthritis > more
Dr. Romeo Discusses Tommy John Epidemic and Pitching Overuse Injuries > more
Youth Baseball and Softball Safety Tips from Sports Medicine Experts > more
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush's Skate Safe in Forest Park > more
Dr. Julia Bruene on Summer Shoes and Foot Health > more
First-Ever Chicago Sports Summit Slated for October 5 > more
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush among Nation's First Orthopedic Groups to Offer Package Pricing > more
Copyright © 2004-2016, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, LLC, All rights reserved.
This website is not operated by, or affiliated with Rush University Medical Center and the trademark "Rush" is owned by Rush University Medical Center and used pursuant to license.