The Video Journal of Orthopaedics (VJO) has as its mission the publication of educational videos pertinent to the clinical practice of orthopaedics.
The Video Journal of Orthopaedics puts you in the operating room with noted surgeons from around the world. You’ll discover ways to use new technology, new techniques and expand your field of knowledge. And unlike simply reading about new ideas, the VJO lets you experience the latest techniques first hand through high-quality, professionally edited digital video. Original peer-reviewed videos examine established surgical techniques, as well as introduce informative and innovative methods valuable to the orthopaedic surgeon.
JBJS Video Supplements were made possible by a Multimedia Alliance between The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (JBJS) and VJO in October 2000. The goal of the partnership was to increase the depth of information reported in select JBJS print articles through producing and publishing a video supplement that focused on the described surgical procedures therein. This alliance was formed, in part, as a result of JBJS subscriber requests for more surgical emphasis. The JBJS Video Supplements were directed, filmed, produced and published by VJO. Although the Alliance has been dissolved, select JBJS articles are still supplemented with video snynopses showing the surgeon/author performing the procedure described in their article.
Legal Disclaimer: The medical opinions, techniques and procedures described in all VJO productions are presented as an educational service intended for medical professionals only and do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsors, the members of the board of editors, Video Journal of Orthopaedics or its principals. Their inclusion in these programs does not constitute a representation that the techniques or procedures described would necessarily be appropriate or recommended treatment for any particular individual patient. The decision to utilize any of the medical opinions, techniques and procedures presented in VJO Productions is up to the discretion of the individual practitioner. Neither Video Journal of Orthopaedics, members of the board of editors, contributors nor the sponsors can be held liable.