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New data sheds light on prevalence of ACL injury

New data on ACL injury identifies key causes and gives recommendations for prevention and rehabilitation  New data presented at the Isokinetic Football Medicine Conference in London reveals both optimum prevention and


6-7 November 2023; AI in orthopaedics; London

AI in Orthopaedics Day 1: Pre-conference workshop: 6 November 2023, The Medical Society of LondonDay 2: AI in orthopaedics conference: 7 November 2023, The Royal Society of MedicineCPD: 10 credits (applied for) Following the success of last year’s


Study reveals surgeons need to improve how they communicate with patients about innovative procedures

Patients are not given sufficient information about the novel status of a procedure, possible uncertainties or potential risks when deciding to go ahead with the procedure, research led by the

APRIL 2024

11-13 April 2024, 10th European Pelvic Course; Amsterdam

Welcome message from the chairman of the 10th European Pelvic Course: The course follows the same tradition and principles since its inception in 2012. It will cover pelvic and acetabular


Hyaluronic acid shows strong results in Achilles tendon injuries

New data shows patients experienced less pain and recovered faster  New data presented at the Isokinetic Football Medicine Conference in London reveals significant improvement in professional athletes with Achilles tendon injury


Surgeon in Focus Q&A with Farah Musharbash

Farah Musharbash, MD, is an orthopaedic surgery chief resident at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr Musharbash received his undergraduate degree in Physiology from McGill University in Montreal,


Hospital Innovations bolsters medical education offering

A UK supplier of human tissue and surgical equipment has bolstered its medical education offering with a key appointment, as it looks to drive innovation, safety and best practice through


First JointCare day case hip replacement at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital

Through the work of talented individuals, Birmingham’s Royal Orthopaedic hospital has set up day case arthroplasty surgery – hip and knee replacements in a day The day case surgery forms


Outdated technology costs UK surgeons an entire month of workday hours per year

A survey of 300 UK surgeons has found that each surgeon loses an average of four hours a week due to inefficient technology. This is equal to more than an