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FRCS (Tr&Orth) MCQs and Clinical Cases

It contains 173 pages with contents derived from the well-known ‘Exam Corner’ section of the leading international publication The Bone & Joint Journal, conveniently published together in one place. All


Joint and soft tissue injection Injecting with confidence

The author has provided a concise and comprehensive description and illustration for treatment of most common joint and soft tissue disorders by injections. The book is drawn from the author’s


The bare bones – Notes of a medical student

Hi again, for those of you who didn’t catch my first column in the last issue I thought I’d quickly introduce myself once more. I’m Oliver Cohen, a medical student


Review of the London Hip Meeting 2014

The 14th London Hip Meeting recently took place at the QE2 Centre on 10 April 2014. This event is now well established in the orthopaedic calendar and brings together experts


Non-fusion correction of scoliosis by corrective forces

In the treatment of scoliosis (incidence approximately 20,000 worldwide), surgery is commonly performed if bracing has not resulted in sufficient arrest or correction of the deformity. Generally, the deformity is


C-Brace: The future of orthotic technology

Orthotic bracing is changing. As new technology, extensive research and new light-weight materials emerge we can expand the way we practice. For people with problems ranging from isolated quadricep weakness,


Turning theory into a winning formula

Simon Moyes, an Orthopaedic Surgeon with practising privileges at London Bridge Hospital and The Wellington Hospital, part of the HCA group, received excellent results in a comprehensive Patient Experience Questionnaire,


OPN meets Christopher Norbye

OPN meets Christopher Norbye Executive Vice President of Global Operations at Orchid Orthopaedics, Orchid Orthopaedics Q: What made you choose your career in orthopaedics? A: The reason I chose a


Knee Braces and Supports

Past Trainees and trained Consultants in Orthopaedics and Trauma have been using knee splints in one form or other for millennia. The first use of splinting was described in The


Hensler Bone Press – efficient during fusion procedures

The Hensler Bone Press (HBP) is an innovative device which maximizes the collection and separation of autologous bone during fusion procedures. The product quickly and efficiently separates bone from fluid