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Topic - Michael Adler
Several factors contribute to a shortened stay, said Adler, who said he does five or six hip procedures a week at Orthopedic Institute.
"We're definitely more aggressive to get people moving around faster," Adler said. "Part of that is better technology. Part of that is we don't cut the muscles. Part of it is ... we know it's important to get patients moving quicker."