This study shows that even patients who appear to be strong after recovering from ACL surgery still have very deficient quadriceps strength.
This biomechanics study looks at how a proximal bone block with distal screw trajectory improves mechanical stability during distalization tibial tubercle osteotomy.
This study, authored by Lutul Farrow, shows with computer modeling what anatomical factors are linked with recurring patellar dislocation.
At AOSSM on Friday, I’ll be joining The Sports Doc Podcast to discuss challenging cartilage injuries with Seth Sherman, MD.
This appears to be a PhD student’s research thesis on adolescent patellofemoral pain. I strongly dislike this term in that it is really just a fancy word for anterior knee pain.
I recently participated in a study to perform a retrieval analysis with clinical correlation to look at high rates of infection after conversion of patellofemoral arthroplasty (PFA) to total knee arthroplasty (TKA) seen in an earlier study.
Sreetha Sidharthan M.D. and I recently published this commentary about how posterior tibial tubercle relative to the trochlear groove is associated with increased risk of patellofemoral arthritis.
The typical treatment for patellar tendinopathy is a combination of activity modification and a focus on cross training as well as eccentric strengthening.