MISHA™ Knee System for People Suffering from Knee Osteoarthritis
Congratulations to Moximed for getting FDA approval for their new device, MISHA™ Knee System for people suffering from knee osteoarthritis.
Running and Knee Stress: Systematic Cartilage Changes
Many people think that running is bad for the knees, causing knee stress and long term damage. This study takes a closet look at cartilage changes after running
Takeaways from Years of Patellofemoral Arthroplasty Experience
This article discussed outcomes of patellofemoral arthroplasty, which is one type of partial knee replacement. When I first started doing surgery it was rare.
Anteromedialization Tibial Tubercle Osteotomy Improves Patellar Contact Forces: A Cadaveric Model of Patellofemoral Dysplasia
In this study I created a 3D printed model to assess how forces can be improved across the front of the knee with anteromedialization tibial tubercle osteotomy.
4 Ways to Manage Patellar Tendinopathy
I haven’t read this article in Runners World yet, but I would suggest that these are the best four ways to manage patellar tendinopathy
BEAR Implants in the News
It’s amazing to see how much news there is on the new BEAR implant. We are approaching the one year mark on our first BEAR implant and so far so good.
Physio profiles 13 elite athletes to explore the physical and mental toll of ACL injuries
An Australian physiotherapist who treats sports injuries interviewed 13 elite athletes after their ACL injury and surgery to explore recovering from ACL injury.
MCL Injuries and Recovery
MCL injuries usually heal on their own, but it really depends on where the MCL is torn and how badly it is torn. Many injuries are low grade and respond well to physical therapy and immediate range of motion.