Discussing Patellar Tracking Abnormalities and Patellar Instability
recently joined Dan Braun on the Brawn Body Health and Fitness podcast. We talked about patellar tracking abnormalities and patellar instability. So first of all, the patella is the kneecap – and a lot of people start having patellar pain when they’re teenagers.
A Deep Dive into Patellar Tracking Abnormalities and Patellar Instability
In this Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast, Dr. Strickland joins Dan to discuss patellar tracking and patellar instability, including surgical management.
Editorial Commentary: Two Fixation Points Are Better for MPFL Reconstruction
Medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) reconstruction has gained in popularity over the past 15 years, with most studies showing a clear advantage over techniques such as MPFL repair or medial imbrication for the treatment of patellar instability. A debate continues as to the type of fixation on the patella, tunnel versus suture anchor, as well as […]
Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast: Knee Injuries, Knee Arthritis, Skiing Injuries, and more!
Dr. Sabrina Strickland from Hospital for Special Surgery discusses common knee injuries and surgical interventions, including ACL tears, patellar instability, patellar tracking issues, osteoarthritis of the knee, injections for knee pain, skiing injuries & more. Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast
Tibial Tublercle Osteotomy or Tibial Tubercle Transfer
One of the ways I help patients prepare for a possible surgery is by explaining what they can expect. This video shows what to expect when undergoing a tibial tublercle osteotomy for patellofemoral arthritis or patellar instability.
Study: combined reconstruction for patellar instability may be more anatomic
A new study from researchers in Portugal describe yet another procedure to treat patellar instability. Instead of a two arm ligament reconstruction, they describe a four arm reconstruction — which could have some advantages.