Dr. Marans' Care Philosophy “Dr. Howard Marans believe that all patients are entitled to quality orthopedics surgical care and do my best to ensure that he live up to that standard. He treats most conditions of the upper and lower extremities and if he feels it is necessary will refer patients out for further, more specialized care when indicated. It is often difficult for patients to be seen quickly by an Orthopedic Surgeon. He can always see patients within 1-2 days and often on the day of injury. It is also common for patients to wait for hours to see the doctor once they arrive. He endeavors to keep waiting times to a minimum. “ Specialties Orthopedic SurgeryAdult Orthopedic SurgeryAdult Reconstructive Orthopedic SurgeryMinimally Invasive Orthopedic SurgeryOrthopedic ArthroscopyOrthopedic Fracture CareOrthopedic Knee SurgeryOrthopedic Shoulder & Elbow SurgeryOrthopedic Sports MedicineOrthopedic Trauma Surgery Board Certifications Orthopedic Surgery Procedures Dr. Marans Performs Achilles Tendon ReconstructionAchilles Tendon Rupture RepairAchilles TenotomyACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) SurgeryAll Shoulder or Elbow Replacement ProceduresAnkle ArthroscopyAnkle FusionAnkle Ligament ReconstructionAnkle SurgeryArthrocentesisArthroscopic Joint ReconstructionArthroscopic Joint SurgeryArthroscopic Labrum RepairArthroscopic Meniscus RepairArthroscopic Rotator Cuff RepairArthroscopic Shoulder ReconstructionArthroscopic SurgeryArthroscopic Wrist SurgeryBicep RepairsBursa InjectionCarpal Tunnel ReleaseCarpal Tunnel Release Surgery, EndoscopicCartilage TransplantCastingDe Quervain's ReleaseElbow ArthroscopyElbow SurgeryElbow TenotomyExcision of Scapula, Clavicle, Rib, or SternumExcision of Tibia or FibulaFoot and Ankle Fracture and Dislocation TreatmentFoot and Ankle Fracture Treatment, OpenFoot and Ankle Ligament and Tendon RepairFracture CareGlenoid Labrum RepairHand and Wrist Fracture and Dislocation TreatmentHand and Wrist Fracture Treatment, ClosedHand and Wrist Fracture Treatment, OpenHand SurgeryJoint DrainageJoint InjectionKnee and Leg Fracture and Dislocation TreatmentKnee and Lower Leg Fracture Treatment, ClosedKnee and Lower Leg Fracture Treatment, OpenKnee ArthroscopyKnee Cartilage RepairKnee Ligament ReconstructionKnee SurgeryLateral Meniscus RepairLigament ReconstructionMedial Meniscus RepairMinimally Invasive SurgeryPartial Shoulder ReplacementPatella Tendon RepairPosterior Tibial Tendon ReconstructionQuadriceps Tendon RepairRotator Cuff SurgeryShoulder ArthroscopyShoulder Dislocation TreatmentShoulder Fracture and Dislocation TreatmentShoulder Fracture TreatmentShoulder SurgerySplintingSports Medicine SurgerySteroid InjectionSubcromial DecompressionSynovial BiopsyTricep RepairTrigger Finger ReleaseViscosupplementation With HyaluronateWorker's Compensation EvaluationsX-Ray Conditions Dr. Marans Treats Achilles TendinitisAdhesive CapsulitisAnkle DisordersAnkle FractureAnkle Sprain and Achilles Tendon Sprain or RuptureAnterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) or Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) TearArm Fracture (incl. Elbow and Shoulder)ArthritisArthritis of the AnkleBursitisCalcium Pyrophosphate Deposition DiseaseCarpal FracturesCarpal Tunnel SyndromeChondromalacia of the Patella (Runner's Knee)Clavicle FractureDe Quervain's DiseaseElbow BursitisElbow DisordersEnthesopathy of Knee (incl. Bursitis of Knee)Extremity MalunionsExtremity NonunionFoot FractureFoot SprainFractureFracture of Hand (incl. Fingers)Ganglion CystGanglion of WristGlenoid Labrum TearHand FractureHip FractureInternal Derangement of KneeKnee Dislocation (incl. Meniscal Tear)Knee FractureKnee SprainLateral and Medial Epicondylitis (Tennis and Golf Elbow)Leg Fracture Above Knee (incl. Hip)Leg Fracture Below Knee (incl. Ankle)Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) TearMetatarsal FractureNon-Unions and Malunions of FracturesOccupational InjuriesOrthopedic TraumaOsgood Schlatter DiseaseOsteoarthritisOsteoarthritis of Hand or WristOsteoarthritis of KneeOsteoarthritis of ShoulderPatellofemoral Pain Syndrome or Knee PainPlantar FasciitisPseudoarthrosisRotator Cuff InjuriesRotator Cuff TearScapular FractureShoulder DislocationShoulder Impingement SyndromeShoulder Tendinitis and TenosynovitisSports InjuriesSprains and Strains (incl. Muscle Tear)Stress Fracture of FootTibia and Fibula FracturesTibia or Fibula Stress FractureTrigger FingerWork-Related Injuries Education & Training MEDICAL SCHOOL University Of TorontoGraduated in 1982 INTERNSHIP HOSPITAL Mount Sinai HospitalComplete in 1983 RESIDENCY HOSPITAL Gallie Orthopaedic Surgical ResidencyComplete in 1989 FELLOWSHIP HOSPITAL Orthopaedic and Arthritic HospitalComplete in 1990Royal Adelaide Hospital/Sportsmed SAComplete in 1991 UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOLS University Of Toronto / Faculty of MedicineGraduated in 1978 OTHER EDUCATION University Of Toronto/Master’s DegreeComplete in 1985 Languages Spoken by Dr. Marans & Staff EnglishSpanish Awards & Recognitions Healthgrades Honor Roll Recognized Doctor Health grades Recognized Doctor designation identifies leading doctors who: Are board certified.Have not had their license surrendered or revoked since health grades started collecting data in 2000.Have no malpractice judgments, adverse arbitration awards, or monetary settlements for the last five years in the states in which health grades can collect malpractice data.Are free of state or federal disciplinary actions (sanctions) for the last five years. Health grades updates the Recognized Doctor list quarterly based on board certification data. Health grades also receive sanction and malpractice data throughout the year, depending on how frequently the state medical boards release updates. We remove a newly sanctioned doctor from the Recognized Doctor list as soon as we receive the information. However, it is important to note that malpractice information is publically available in only 14 states.
Categories: Healthcare and Life Sciences,
in weak network signal or weak wifi signals we can use the earphone as antenna to make the signals stronger it will be useful for far places that is farway from network towers ,faraway from wifi sources or safari journey and for mountain climbers
File Tags is a software like Windows File Explorer, in which you can add Tags to files and folders. So it will become easier to search for a file with its name or the tags assigned to it.
New designs/future designs will not require wires between base and monitor. If you break your monitor, want a touchscreen or you want to upgrade the quality you could just snap a new one in.
Categories: Desktops and Laptops,
Very poor qualitity, our company bought two of these, motherboards failed on both just after 1 year when warranty was over. We looked at the motherboards, very cheap and poorly made motherboards. When we contacted Dell Tech support was horrible and we just got the run around from Dell. We will be looking ar other manufactures when we have to buy more notebooks.
I would like to see you add the ability to fully customize an Inspiron system (e.g. adding a Blu-Ray drive; more memory; change Windows edition; etc.) when a customer orders one. Your competitor, HP, allows customers to customize a system to fit their needs, while you just only add software customization options. I am planning on ordering an Inspiron all-in-one sometime after Redstone is released, and I would like one with a Blu-Ray drive. Please make your customers happy by allowing full customization of a home PC.
Data security and access. A clean interface between data storage/access and application. Conforming to best-practices in software design and development, consisting of:Database.StoreDatabase.DeleteDatabase.LoadThe above could become the standard for a possible Texas Technology Commission. The $9 billion IRS bill could be reduced by securing IRS data and software contracts, setting the retail price for data storage and development, thereby securing more contracts. Why System.Persistence? Operational for over 13 years with no updates and no bugs. Supports any database and any system. No configuration. Makes software easy to write and maintain. It it would be a separate company between Dell's other offerings.
Hello,it would be nice to have a detachable (2 in 1) ultrabook (for example the Latitute 13 7000 series) that has an inbuilt wireless media receiver in the keyboard dock.In my lectures (data analysis, econometrics etc.), I usually need an ultrabook with a keyboard to illustrate the software. The slides are also saved on the ultrabook. The ultrabook is connected to a projector via (mini-)displayport. To have more flexibility during the presentation, I would love to be able to take the tablet from the keyboard and have the screen from the tablet streamed to the keyboard dock which transfers it to the projector. At the moment, I don't like using a detachable because I have to re-configure the beamer to use a wireless signal (WiDi) when I remove the tablet from keyboard dock. There is another reason: Virtually whereever I present on conferences, there is always a wired connection to a projector available, but not always a wireless one.If the keyboard dock would provide the wireless receiver (similar to WiDi) on its own, I could just connect the keyboard dock to a beamer and enjoy a very high degree of flexibility.Best wishes, QContinuum
I have two Dell laptops, each using an E-series port replicator (one E-Port, one E-Port Plus) to connect to my DVI KVM switch (and other peripherals). I recently upgraded my monitor to a higher-resolution model that requires a DVI dual link connection, but cannot achieve full resolution via the E-Port DVI ports because they are only single link. Both machines have sufficiently capable graphics cards, and are able to connect to the monitor at full resolution via DisplayPort. Unfortunately, I already have a big investment in DVI, including the KVM, cabling, and video cards for my desktop workstation (also a Dell). Switching this all over to DisplayPort is going to cost $500+. Considering that both laptops have video cards that are capable of driving DVI dual link displays, it's a shame that they're hampered by the single link connectors on the port replicators. Therefore: I propose that Dell create an E-series port replicator that includes DVI dual link support. On a related topic, I'd also request that Dell publish the specifications for all models of its E-series port replicators. There are many similar versions of the E-Port and E-Port Plus out there, each with a different part number. Specs for some of the part numbers are available on the Dell accessories website, but not for either of the models that I have. It took several days of research, plus calls to both Dell technical support and the tech support for my monitor's vendor to determine conclusively that my specific port replicators only have single link connections. We all could have saved a lot of time if Dell made the specs of the existing port replicators available.Thanks for considering my idea.
Categories: Desktops and Laptops,
Hello there, I've enjoyed Dell products and services ever since I was old enough to understand what a computer was. My first machine is what has kept me buying Dell products; however, without recieving the initial Dell product catalogue, I don't know if I would have ever purchased one. Now, what I'm about to say isn't meant to be rude or uppity, they're just ideas based on my observations. Let's take a look at the competitors. The most elegant, streamlined looking company, seemingly where the products fall from heaven, produce the same product as Dell, plain and simple. However, they have their own operating system, their own subsidiaries where each item is literally engineered for the end product. Comparitively, it seems as though Dell picks pieces-parts and assembles them and the design comes second. I know this is exactly the opposite of the truth. That's how it seems... Now, if we go to the main competitor's website and view their most recent product video...now who wouldn't want that. I just watched an xps 15 video afterwards and was supremely disappointed in my company's marketing production standards. The fruit company is doing something. They are white with cleanliness in their ads. Don't waste opportunity. Turn to the dark side. Black is very much cooler than white. Streamline the website, make beautiful, architectual videos about your top products. Be like the fruit, just don't copy. Dell.com, compared to "fruit".com appears a delapidated old website with sad animation, graphics and buttons. It's as though the website doesn't count. Fruit has fruit stores, but because of the intrepid beauty of the website, buying there is as appealing as going to the store. The last thing I will say: Fruit falls from grace, which is their appeal. Use an edge. Be a dagger in the industry. Cut through the competition. Don't take it too far. Just embrace the opposite appeal approach. Market managment executives sometimes don't take too much care when it comes to the ambiance of the tools used to reach the consumers when those tools are, in fact, the most importnat. Streamline, express, appeal. This directive has to be fierce to stand up to the fruit. One cannot market a company when they can't be proud of their website, videos, pictures. No offence, seriously. I just think a change needs made in the team such that a new wave of Dell will wash away the old litter. Image is everything.