For the climbers out there, I found an article in climbing.com. As an orthopaedic surgeon in New York City, I don’t see a lot of climbing injuries. That said, I have seen some pretty bad ligament injuries over the years, including several ACL injuries sustained from a fall, typically when bouldering or falling on a climbing wall. The advice in this article is […]
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.
An Australian physiotherapist who treats sports injuries interviewed 13 elite athletes after their ACL injury and surgery to explore recovering from ACL injury.
I did a short video a few years ago specifically about walking backward on a treadmill. If you have knee pain, this may help.
ACL tears are an incredibly common injury. This video introduces new techniques we can use that show very promising results: