When Thomas P. Sculco, MD, was starting out, he spent months working in several European hospitals, something that was, and still is, pretty unusual for a young American doc. “I wanted to see how things were done in different environments so I could learn and bring those perspectives into my own practice,” says Sculco, who now is surgeon-in-chief at the Hospital for Special Surgery, a large academic- and research-focused orthopedics, rheumatology, and rehabilitation hospital in New York. ...

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