Dr. Wong & Team in the Media

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New technique to repair shoulder dislocation developed at QEII Health Sciences Centre

Source: CTV News

Aired: May 7, 2018

 

Dr. Ivan Wong speaks with Andrea Dion about live streaming his surgeries

Source: Global News

Aired: August 21, 2017

Halifax-based surgeon helping athletes with revolutionary technique

Source: Global News

Published: December 11, 2017

By Jennifer Grudic

With the help of a Halifax-based orthopaedic surgeon, one of the east coast’s hottest hockey prospects will be able to keep his career on track. READ MORE

Local 3D printing software helping improve surgeon techniques and patient outcomes

Source: CTV News

Published: November 8, 2017

Medical professionals are relying more on 3D printers to help improve patient care. READ MORE

Heather Moyse on the road to recovery after hip surgery

Source: The Guardian

Published: December 24, 2014

By Nancy MacPhee

Heather Moyse has gotten rid of her brace but she's still on crutches after her hip surgery. READ MORE

McMaster graduates first class of PAs

Source: HealthForceOntario, PA Project Update

Published: Spring 2011

Jobs secured in primary care, orthopaedics, emergency, internal medicine. READ MORE

First physician assistants graduate University

Source: hospitalnews.com

Published: January 2011

By Laura Thompson

A new class of health professionals are working in hospitals and family practices across Ontario following the completion of their training through McMaster University’s physician assistant education program. READ MORE

New faces in health-care ranks

Source: The Hamilton Spectator

Published: February 8, 2011

By Wade Hemsworth

Ivan Wong was sure there was a better way. The Hamilton orthopedic surgeon was leading a large practice, including a busy office on Victoria Avenue North and surgeries next door at Hamilton General Hospital. READ MORE

Help for doctors - and patients (Video)

Source: CHCH News

Posted: June 16, 2011

A new healthcare profession is making a dent in the province's critical wait times. READ MORE

 

Can Phil Kessel shoulder burden?

Source: Toronto Star

Published: November 2, 2009

By Kevin McGran

So for now, he should be fine, but if Phil Kessel tears the labrum in his left shoulder a second time, he'll be prone to more shoulder problems – such as dislocations – later in his career. READ MORE