TRIA's sophisticated Bio-Skills Lab provides doctors,
residentsIndividuals who have completed medical school and receive educational experience on-site at a medical facility in a specific specialty, such as orthopaedics.
fellowsIndividuals who have completed their medical degree (MD) and residency and are
getting further specialized training.
hands-on training in the latest
orthopaedicOrthopaedic medicine is devoted to the study, diagnosis and treatment of the
skeletal system, including its joints, muscles, tendons and associated structures.
techniques. Advanced technology and full connectivity throughout TRIA impact how
doctors learn about and successfully treat injuries and disorders. As opportunities
to teach arise in the surgery center or clinic, doctors-in-training learn both by
watching and following live procedures as they are broadcasted into the lab.
By having the Bio-Skills Lab on-site, you and other orthopaedic patients
benefit as doctors from around the world refine their skills and apply new techniques.
As doctors work smarter, procedures become more streamlined and effective, and patients
get back to their active lifestyle more quickly and safely.
The Bio-Skills Lab shares space on the lower level with the TRIA Orthopaedic
Research Institute where research and education staff members conduct clinical outcome
studies. These studies are part of an ongoing effort to keep research relevant to
today's most common
musculoskeletalSkeletal structure and associated muscles are dually involved in a condition
conditions and help drive the highest-quality care, methods and technology. This
research is extremely important as these problems impact patients of all ages and
functional needs, ranging from children to athletes (young and aging) to elders.
In fact, over 40% of visits to primary care physicians are for musculoskeletal conditions.
Outcomes research is comprehensive, patient-focused and measures what is often of
greatest concern to the patient. TRIA's integrated outcomes research program measures
the treatments we provide everyday and how these treatments affect patient function.
We focus this research on enhancing how we return patients to their daily life.