March Featured Editorial Board Members

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James L. Carey, M.D., M.P.H.
Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

James L. Carey, MD, MPH is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.  He is also the Director of the Penn Center for Advanced Cartilage Repair and Osteochondritis Dissecans Treatment.

Dr. Carey majored in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering at Duke University.  He attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and then completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.  Subsequently, he completed a Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery Fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.  He graduated from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with a Master of Public Health.

Dr. Carey has served as Associate Editor for Epidemiology and Statistics for the American Journal of Sports Medicine since 2014.  In this role, he works collaboratively with the Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Board.  He has primary responsibility for epidemiological manuscripts assigned by the Editor-in-Chief, including the management, review, selection, and editing of articles subject to the approval of the Editor-in-Chief and Executive Editor.

From January 2016 until January 2018, Dr. Carey served his two-year term as President of the Research in OsteoChondritis of the Knee (ROCK) group, which includes about three dozen orthopaedic surgeons and scientists at centers across the United States, Canada, Germany, Sweden, Japan, and Singapore.  He has edited a text on osteochondritis dissecans.  He is honored to have served on the workgroups that formulated the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Clinical Practice Guidelines that guide the treatment of two conditions – osteochondritis dissecans and anterior cruciate ligament injury.

Dr. Carey serves as a Team Physician for the University of Pennsylvania.  His clinical expertise includes the evaluation and treatment of all sports medicine injuries.  He especially focuses on arthroscopic knee and shoulder surgery.  His primary research interests include anterior cruciate ligament injuries and cartilage repair.

Selected Published Work

Carey JL, Huffman GR, Parekh SG, Sennett BJ.  Outcomes of anterior cruciate ligament injuries to running backs and wide receivers in the National Football League.  Am J Sports Med. 2006;34:1911-7.

Magnussen RA, Dunn WR, Carey JL, Spindler KP.  Treatment of focal articular cartilage defects in the knee: a systematic review.  Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2008;466:952-62.

Magnussen RA, Carey JL, Spindler KP. Does operative fixation of an osteochondritis dissecans loose body result in healing and long-term maintenance of knee function?  Am J Sports Med. 2009;37:754-9.

Carey JL, Dunn WR, Dahm DL, Zeger SL, Spindler KP.  A systematic review of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with autograft compared with allograft.  J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2009;91:2242-50.

Chambers HG, Shea KG, Anderson AF, Brunelle TJ, Carey JL, Ganley TJ, Paterno M, Sanders JO, Watters WC, Goldberg MJ, Keith MW, Turkelson CM, Wies JL, Raymond L, Boyer KM, Hitchcock K, Sluka P, Boone C, Patel N.  American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons clinical practice guideline on: The diagnosis and treatment of osteochondritis dissecans.  J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2012;94:1322-4.

Grimm NL, Tisano B, Carey JL.  Three osteochondritis dissecans lesions in one knee: a case report.  Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2013;471:1186-90.

The MARS Group (including 99 other authors and Carey JL as last author).  Osteoarthritis classification scales: interobserver reliability and arthroscopic correlation.  J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2014;96:1145-51.

Shea KG, Carey JL, Richmond J, Sandmeier R, Pitts RT, Polousky JD, Chu C, Shultz SJ, Ellen M, Smith A, LaBella CR, Anderson AF, Musahl V, Meyer GD, Jevsevar D, Bozic KJ, Shaffer W, Cummins D, Murray JN, Patel N, Shores P, Woznica A, Martinez Y, Gross L, Sevarino K.  American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons: The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons evidence-based guideline on management of anterior cruciate ligament injuries.  J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2015;97:672-4.

Pfeifer CG, Kinsella SD, Milby AH, Fisher MB, Belkin NS, Mauck RL, Carey JL. Development of a large animal model of osteochondritis dissecans of the knee: a pilot study.  Orthop J Sports Med. 2015;3:232596711570019.

Wall EJ, Polousky JD, Shea KG, Carey JL, Ganley TJ, Grimm NL, Jacobs JC Jr, Edmonds EW, Eismann EA, Anderson AF, Heyworth BE, Lyon R, Research in OsteoChondritis Dissecans of the Knee (ROCK) Study Group.  Novel radiographic feature classification of knee osteochondritis dissecans: a multi center reliability study.  Am J Sports Med. 2015;43:303-9.

Carey JL, Shea KG.  AAOS appropriate use criteria: management of osteochondritis dissecans of the femoral condyle.  J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2016;24:e105-11.

Carey JL, Wall EJ, Grimm NL, Ganley TJ, Edmonds EW, Anderson AF, Polousky J, Murnaghan ML, Nissen CW, Weiss J, Lyon RM, Chambers HG, Research in OsteoChondritis of the Knee (ROCK) Group.  Novel arthroscopic classification of osteochondritis dissecans of the knee: a multi center reliability study.  Am J Sports Med. 2016;44:1694-8.

Sanders TL, Park A, Obey MR, Johnson NR, Carey JL, Stuart MJ, Krych AJ.  High rate of osteoarthritis after osteochondritis dissecans fragment excision compared with surgical restoration at a mean 16-year follow-up.  Am J Sports Med. 2017;45:1799-1805.

Wall EJ, Milewski MD, Carey JL, Shea KG, Ganley TJ, Polousky JD, Grimm NL, Eismann EA, Jacobs JC, Murnaghan L, Nissen CW, Myer GD, Weiss J, Edmonds EW, Anderson AF, Lyon RM, Heyworth BE, Fabricant PD, Zbojniewicz A.  Research in Osteochondritis of the Knee (ROCK) Group: The reliability of assessing radiographic healing of osteochondritis dissecans of the knee.  Am J Sports Med. 2017;45:1370-5.

Flanigan DC, Carey JL, Brophy RH, Graham WC, DiBartola AC, Hamilton D, Nagaraja HN, Lattermann C.  Interrater and intrarater reliability of arthroscopic measurements of articular cartilage defects in the knee.  J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2017;99:979-88.

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Dr Kate Webster
Associate Professor
Community and Clinical Allied Heath
Kate E Webster PhD

Professor, La Trobe University
Melbourne, Australia
Director Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Research Focus Area

 

Dr Kate Webster is a Professor in the College of Science, Health and Engineering and Director of the Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Research Focus Area at La Trobe University, Melbourne Australia. She obtained a Science degree with Honours from the University of Melbourne and received her PhD in 2000.

Dr Webster’s primary area of research interest is anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction.  Her research as it relates to the ACL falls broadly within three categories: 1) knee biomechanics following ACL reconstruction 2) surgical techniques and outcomes and 3) return to sport issues, with a focus on the psychological impact of returning to sport participation. Her current research is focussed on the high ACL re-injury rates in younger athletes and return to sport criteria. She was the lead developer of the ACL-Return to Sport after Injury scale, which has been translated from English to more than 7 languages with further translations underway. A short version of the scale has also recently been published. She has received several awards for her research including 3 best paper of the year awards from the American Journal of Sports Medicine, Orthopeadic Journal of Sports Medicine and Journal of Orthopaedic Research as well as ten best paper awards from national and international organizations and has over 180 scientific publications. She is a current member of the ACL Study Group and past recipient of their Traveling Scientist Fellowship.

Dr Webster also teaches evidence-based practice to undergraduate Allied Health students. She is committed to providing high quality supervision for research students at all levels to foster their development as independent researchers and has supervised many higher degree research students to completion. She is also a research mentor for an orthopaedic fellowship program where she is extremely grateful to collaborate with surgeons at OrthoSport Victoria. Many of her students have received awards for their research projects including the top university research prizes as well as national sports medicine awards.

Selected published work

Webster KE, Feller JA, Leigh W, Richmond A. Younger patients are at increased risk for graft rupture and contralateral injury after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2014, 42(3):641-7.

Webster KE, Feller JA, Hartnett N, Leigh W, Richmond AK. Comparison of patellar tendon and hamstring tendon anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: 15 year follow up of a randomized controlled trial. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2016, 44(1):83-90

Webster KE, Feller JA. Exploring the high re-injury rate in younger patients undergoing anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Am J Sports Med. 2016 44(11):2827-2832

Webster KE, Feller JA, Kimp AJ, Whitehead TS. Revision Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Outcomes in Younger Patients: Medial meniscal pathology and high rates of return to sport are associated with third ACL injuries. Am J Sports Med. 2018. 46(5) 1137-1142

Webster KE, Feller JA. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 2018; 6(4):2325967118763763. doi: 10.1177/2325967118763763

Webster KE, Nagelli CV, Hewett TE, Feller JA. Factors associated with psychological readiness to return to sport after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2018 Jun;46(7):1545-1550

Webster KE, Hewett TE. A Meta-analysis of Meta-analyses of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Reduction Training Programs. Journal of Orthopaedic Research. 2018 Oct;36(10):2696-2708

Webster KE, Feller JA. Return to Level I sports after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Evaluation of age, sex and readiness to return criteria. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 2018 Aug 2;6(8):2325967118788045. doi: 10.1177/2325967118788045

Lai CCL, Feller JA, Webster KE. Fifteen-Year Audit of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstructions in the Australian Football League From 1999 To 2013: Return To Play and Subsequent ACL Injury. American Journal of Sport Medicine. 2018 Dec;46(14):3353-3360

Webster KE, Feller JA, Kimp A, Whitehead TS. Low rates of return to preinjury sport after bilateral anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2019 Feb;47(2):334-338

Webster KE, Feller JA. Expectations for return to preinjury sport before and after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2019 Jan 16:363546518819454. doi: 10.1177/0363546518819454

McPherson A, Feller JA, Hewett TE, Webster KE. Psychological readiness to return to sport is associated with second ACL injuries. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2019 Feb 12:363546518825258. doi: 10.1177/0363546518825258

Webster KE, Feller JA. A research update on the state of play for return to sport after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology. 2019 Jan 28;20(1):10. doi: 10.1186/s10195-018-0516-9

 

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February Featured Editorial Board Members

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Per Renström, MD, PhD
Professor emeritus
Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery
Centre for Sports Trauma Research and Education, Karolinska Institutet
Stockholm, Sweden

Per Anders Frans Hjalmar Renström received his certificate as medical doctor at Göteborg University in Sweden in 1972. He finished his residency in orthopedic surgery in 1977 and defended his PhD thesis in 1981 with a book on below-knee amputees. Up to 1988, Per worked at the department of orthopedics at Sahlgren University Hospital in Göteborg, Sweden. In 1988, Per and his family relocated to the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont, USA, where Per worked as full professor in orthopedics and sports medicine up to 2007 before returning as to Sweden where he worked as a professor of Orthopedic sports medicine at the Karolinska Institutet, as well as head of sports medicine at the department of orthopedics at the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm. Per has been a professor emeritus at the Karolinska Institutet since January 2007.

Per has been very active in research in orthopedic sports medicine including clinical studies on management, surgery, rehabilitation and prevention of injuries occurring in sports and physical activity, basic research in biomechanics of knee and ankle ligaments and the healing of Achilles tendon injury, as well as research in amputation and prosthetics. Per has authored over 300 full scientific publications, including 190 original scientific publications in peer reviewed journals. Per is the author or editor of 18 books and 74 full chapters in books and proceedings. The book “Injuries in Sport,” co-authored with Lars Peterson, is a worldwide bestseller that has been translated into 12 languages. The fourth edition came out in January 2017. In 2018, it was also published in Chinese.

In 1994, as part of the Vermont research group, Per received the Kappa Delta Award for outstanding orthopedic research by American Academy Orthopedic Surgeons and Orthopedic Research Society. The same group has twice (1993 and 1997) been awarded the Albert Trillat Young Investigators Award by ISAKOS — International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine. Per has twice (1996 and 1999) received the O’Donoghue Research Award from the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM). In 2005, Per received the SCIF prize for “Outstanding research in Sports Science” in Sweden.

Per was appointed in 2000 (and reappointed in 2003 and 2006) as chairperson of the Swedish National Research Council of Sports Science by the Swedish Government. Per has been the chairperson for Special Olympics Sweden 1999-2007, and has been active in several other sports organizations. Per was vice president of FIMS, the International Sports Medicine Federation, from 1990-1998. Per was president of ISAKOS – the International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine from 2003-2005, after being secretary from 1977-1979, and vice president from 1999-2003. Per served as a member of the Medical and Scientific Commission of the IOC (International Olympic Committee) from 1989-2012. Per was for a long time the IOC person responsible for the medical service of the athletes during the Olympic Games. Per was also a member of the IOC Publication Advisory Subcommission (1989-2003).

Per served as the physician for the Swedish Davis Cup team in tennis for several years and retired in 2003. Per is the founder, vice president (1992-2008) and president (1998-2002) of the International Society of Medicine and Science in Tennis (STMS). Per is a member of medical services committee of the ATP (Association of Tennis Professional) World Tour – with responsibility for the medical service for the men’s tennis professional tour around the world since 1998. Per has been a member of the medical and scientific commission of the ITF, International Tennis Federation, since the same time. Per was the head physician for the Swedish Football / Soccer Association from 2008- 2017. In 1988, Per received the Gold Medal (highest honor) by the Swedish University Sports Association. In 1999, Per received FIMS’ Gold Medal, which is the highest honor given by FIMS. Per was elected as an honorary member by ISAKOS in 2009, AANA in 2003, and the Swedish Society of Sports Medicine in 1992. In 2007, Per was honored with the Hungarian National Society of Sports Medicine’s highest award.

In 2008, Per was awarded an honorary fellowship by the faculty of sports and exercise medicine at both the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. In July 2009, Per was inducted in the International Hall of Fame by AOSSM. In October 2010, Per received the “Duke of Edinburgh Prize” awarded by the Institute of Sport and Exercise Medicine (UK), which is the most prestigious sports medicine award in the United Kingdom. Per was awarded an honorary fellowship by the faculty of sports and exercise medicine at the Royal College of Physicians, UK, in 2011. In 2013, Per was given the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President’s award in gold for 25 years of contributions to the olympic movement. Per was awarded the gold medal in sport by the Swedish Sports Confederation in 2017. This is considered the most prestigious award given out in Swedish Sport.

Selected Published Work

Timpka T, Alonso JM, Jacobsson J, Junge A, Branco P, Clarsen B, Kowalski J, Mountjoy M, Nilsson S, Pluim B, Renström P, Rønsen O, Steffen K, Edouard P.   Injury and illness definitions and data collection procedures for use in epidemiological studies in Athletics (track and field): consensus statement.   Br J Sports Med. Apr;48(7):483-90. 2014

Ellenbecker TS, Nirschl R, Renstrom P. Current concepts in examination and treatment of elbow tendon injury. Sports Health. Mar;5(2):186-94. 2013

Jacobsson J, Timpka T, Kowalski J, Nilsson S, Ekberg J, Dahlström O, Renström PA   Injury patterns in Swedish elite athletics: annual incidence, injury types and risk factors. Br J Sports Med. Br J Sports Med. Oct;47(15):941-52. 2013

Renström PA. Eight clinical conundrums relating to anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury in sport: recent evidence and a personal reflection. Br J Sports Med. Apr;47(6):367-722, 2013

Abrams GD, Renstrom PA, Safran MR Epidemiology of musculoskeletal injury in the tennis player. Br J Sports Med. Jun;46(7):492-8. 2012

Bring DK, Paulson K, Renstrom P, Salo P, Hart DA, Ackermann PW. Residual substance P levels after capsaicin treatment correlate with tendon repair. Wound Repair Regen. Jan;20(1):50-60, 2012

Hjelm N, Werner S, Renstrom P. Injury risk factors in junior tennis players: a prospective     2- year study. Scand J Med Sci Sports. Feb;22(1):40-8. 2012

Engebretsen L, Steffen K, Alonso JM, Aubry M, Dvorak J, Junge A, Meeuwisse W, Mountjoy M, Renström P, Wilkinson M. Sports injuries and illnesses during the Winter Olympic Games 2010. Br J Sports Med. Sep;44(11):772-80, 2010

Renstrom P, Ljungqvist A, Arendt E, Beynnon B, Fukubayashi T, Garrett W, Georgoulis T, Hewett TE, Johnson R, Krosshaug T, Mandelbaum B, Micheli L, Myklebust G, Roos E, Roos H, Schamasch P, Shultz S, Werner S, Wojtys E, Engebretsen L. Non-contact ACL injuries in female athletes: an International Olympic Committee current concepts statement.Br J Sports Med. Jun;42(6):394-412, 2008

Beynnon B, Johnson R, Fleming B, Stankewich C, Renström P, Nichols C: The Strain Behavior of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament During Squatting and Active Flexion-Extension: A Comparison of Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Exercises. Winner of the 1996 AOSSM O’Donoghue Sports Injury Research Award. Amer J Sports Med, 25(6):823-829, 1997

January Featured Editorial Board Members

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David F. Martin, MD
Executive Medical Director, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Wake Forest School of Medicine
Winston-Salem, NC

David F. Martin, MD currently serves as the Executive Director of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS). He is a past president of the ABOS and served as a Director on the ABOS Board from 2006 through 2015. He has previously held the ABOS offices of Treasurer and Chairman of the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Committee. He has also been an ABOS Oral Examiner and a test question writer. Dr. Martin was a member of the ACGME Orthopaedic Residency Review Committee (RRC) from 1993 through 1999 and also has experience as an RRC Specialist Site Visitor.

A graduate of Dartmouth College and The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Dr. Martin completed Sports Medicine Fellowships at the Hughston Sports Medicine Foundation and the Union Memorial Hospital. After serving as a member of the faculty in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine from 1988 through 1990, he joined the faculty at the Wake Forest School of Medicine, where he is currently a Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and the former Director of Sports Medicine. He served as the Head Team Physician for the Wake Forest University Demon Deacons from 2000 through 2016 and has also been the team physician for the Winston-Salem Single A Professional Baseball Organization (currently the Winston-Salem Dash) for over 20 years. Dr. Martin was a Major in the U.S. Army Reserve, having served on Active Duty during Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

Having been ABOS Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery since 1991, Dr. Martin also holds Subspecialty Certification in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine; he is participating in the ABOS Maintenance of Certification program.

As a member of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) since 1993, Dr. Martin has served two terms as a North Carolina Delegate to the AOSSM Council of Delegates and was selected as a Sports Medicine Traveling Fellow in 1993, visiting the Western Pacific Orthopaedic Association.

Dr. Martin is married to Sue A. Martin and they have two daughters, Lizzie and Sarah. They are active members of the First Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Selected Published Work

Messier SP, Martin DF, Mihalko SL, Ip E, DeVita P, Cannon DW, Love M, Beringer D, Saldana S, Fellin RE, Seay JF. “A 2-Year Prospective Cohort Study of Overuse Running Injuries: The Runners and Injury Longitudinal Study (TRAILS).” Am J Sports Med. 2018 Jul;46(9):2211-2221.

Stans AA, Martin DF, Albanese SA. “Supracondylar Fracture Practice Improvement Module.” J Pediatr Orthop. 2017 Jul/Aug;37(5):e308.

Lopez G, Martin DF, Wright R, Jung J, Hahn P, Jain N, Bracey DN, Gupta R. “Construct Validity for a Cost-effective Arthroscopic Surgery Simulator for Resident Education.” J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2016 Dec;24(12):886-894.

Lopez G, Wright R, Martin DF, Jung J, Bracey D, Gupta R. “A cost-effective junior resident training and assessment simulator for orthopaedic surgical skills via fundamentals of orthopaedic surgery: AAOS exhibit selection.” J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2015 Apr 15;97(8):659-66.

Weber SC, Martin DF, Seiler JG, Harrast JC. “Superior Labral (SLAP) Lesions of the Shoulder: Incidence Rates, Complications, and Outcomes as Reported by ABOS Part II Candidates.” Am J Sports Med. 2012 Jul;40(7):1538-43.

December Featured Editorial Board Members

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Miho J. Tanaka, MD
Director, Women’s Sports Medicine Program
Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland

Dr. Tanaka is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Director of the Women’s Sports Medicine Program at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.  She began her career as a member of the varsity track and field team at Stanford University, where she obtained her BA in Human Biology and MA in Sociology (Social Stratification and Inequality). She received her MD from New York Medical College and completed her orthopaedic surgery training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, followed by a fellowship in sports medicine and shoulder surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery.

Her primary research focus is on the biomechanics, imaging and anatomy of the patellofemoral joint as it relates to patellar instability. She and her colleagues were awarded the Patellofemoral Surgical Anatomy Excellence Award by the Patellofemoral Foundation and Arthroscopy Association of North America in 2014.

She additionally has interest in improving the understanding of injuries and prevention in female athletes.  She currently directs the Johns Hopkins Women’s Sports Medicine Program, comprised of 20 faculty members representing 9 departments that promotes multidisciplinary research, clinical care and outreach/education focused on female athletes. This program was awarded the Community Partnership Grant by designer Eileen Fisher in 2015-2016 for its work in promoting injury prevention in local girls’ schools.

Dr. Tanaka currently volunteers as a team physician for US Soccer. She has been on the medical staff for the St. Louis Cardinals and multiple professional, semi-pro and collegiate sports teams, as well as on the advisory board for Under Armour’s Connected Fitness Programs. She additionally serves as a safety officer and reviewer for several NIH/NIAMS grants programs, as a Maryland delegate for the AOSSM Council of Delegates, and as a member of the Healthcare Systems Committee for AAOS.  She was awarded the AOSSM traveling fellowship to Asia in 2017 and is a graduate of the AAOS Leadership Fellows Program in 2018.

Selected Published Work

Tanaka MJ, Chahla J, Farr J 2nd, LaPrade RF, Arendt EA, Sanchis-Alfonso V, Post WR, Fulkerson JP. Recognition of evolving medial patellofemoral anatomy provides insight for reconstruction. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2018 Oct 28.

Gans I, Retzky JS, Jones LC, Tanaka MJ. Epidemiology of Recurrent Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries in National Collegiate Athletic Association Sports: The Injury Surveillance Program, 2004-2014. Orthop J Sports Med. 2018 Jun 13;6(6):2325967118777823.

Tanaka MJ. Editorial Commentary: Which Came First, the Patella or the Trochlea? Morphological Relationships in Patients With Patellar Instability. Arthroscopy. 2018 Jun;34(6):1929-1930.

Haj-Mirzaian A, Guermazi A, Hakky M, Sereni C, Zikria B, Roemer FW, Tanaka MJ, Cosgarea AJ, Demehri S. Tibial tuberosity to trochlear groove distance and its association with patellofemoral osteoarthritis-related structural damage worsening: data from the osteoarthritis initiative. Eur Radiol. 2018 Nov;28(11):4669-4680.

Tanaka MJ, Cosgarea AJ. Measuring Malalignment on Imaging in the Treatment of Patellofemoral Instability. Am J Orthop (Belle Mead NJ). 2017 May/Jun;46(3):148-151.

Tanaka MJ. The Anatomy of the Medial Patellofemoral Complex. Sports MedArthrosc Rev. 2017 Jun;25(2):e8-e11.

Tanaka MJ, Elias JJ, Williams AA, Demehri S, Cosgarea AJ. Characterization of patellar maltracking using dynamic kinematic CT imaging in patients with patellar instability. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2016 Nov;24(11):3634-3641.

Tanaka MJ, Voss A, Fulkerson JP. The Anatomic Midpoint of the Attachment of the Medial Patellofemoral Complex. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2016 Jul 20;98(14):1199-205.

Tanaka MJ. Variability in the Patellar Attachment of the Medial Patellofemoral Ligament. Arthroscopy. 2016 Aug;32(8):1667-70.

Tanaka MJ, Elias JJ, Williams AA, Carrino JA, Cosgarea AJ. Correlation Between Changes in Tibial Tuberosity-Trochlear Groove Distance and Patellar Position During Active Knee Extension on Dynamic Kinematic Computed Tomographic Imaging. Arthroscopy. 2015 Sep;31(9):1748-55.

Mall NA, Chalmers PN, Moric M, Tanaka MJ, Cole BJ, Bach BR Jr, Paletta GA Jr. Incidence and trends of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in the United States. Am J Sports Med. 2014 Oct;42(10):2363-70.

Tanaka MJ, Munch JL, Slater AJ, Nguyen JT, Shubin Stein BE. Incidence of Deep Venous Thrombosis After Tibial Tubercle Osteotomy: A Single Case Series Study. Orthop J Sports Med. 2014 Aug 13;2(8):2325967114544457.

Mall NA, Tanaka MJ, Choi LS, Paletta GA Jr. Factors affecting rotator cuff healing. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2014 May 7;96(9):778-88.

Elias JJ, Carrino JA, Saranathan A, Guseila LM, Tanaka MJ, Cosgarea AJ. Variations in kinematics and function following patellar stabilization including tibial tuberosity realignment. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2014 Oct;22(10):2350-6.

Tanaka MJ, Jones KJ, Gargiulo AM, Delos D, Wickiewicz TL, Potter HG, Pearle AD. Passive anterior tibial subluxation in anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knees. Am J Sports Med. 2013 Oct;41(10):2347-52.

 

 

November Featured Editorial Board Members

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Barry Boden, MD
Rockville, Maryland

Dr. Boden is in private practice at The Orthopedic Center, a Division of CAO in Rockville, Maryland and specializes on sports medicine injuries of the knee and shoulder.  He is also a consultant at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and an Adjunct Professor at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences where he devotes his time to teaching and research projects with the sports medicine fellows. Dr. Boden has served on the medical staff for U.S. Soccer, DC United, Montgomery College, and the Maccabiah Games. He is an active member of the American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine (AOSSM) and has volunteered on numerous committees including chair of the publications and public relations committees.

Dr. Boden attended Haverford College where he participated on the soccer and track teams. After college, Dr. Boden spent one year conducting research in muscle bioenergetics at the University of Pennsylvania. He completed medical school and an orthopedic residency at Temple University in Philadelphia. Dr. Boden continued his training with a fellowship in sports medicine at Duke University.

Dr. Boden’s research focus is the mechanism, risk factors, and prevention of ACL injuries as well as the epidemiology and prevention of catastrophic athletic injuries in athletes with a goal of injury prevention. His research has received funding from the NIH, the AOSSM, and the National Operating Committee for Standards in Athletic Equipment. He and his colleagues have been awarded the AOSSM Excellence in Research Award and the David Sisk Award.  He is extremely fortunate and grateful to have collaborated with some of the great minds in sports medicine including Drs. Joseph Torg, William Garrett, John Feagin, Fred Mueller, and many others.

Dr. Boden resides in Maryland with his wife.

Selected Published Work

Greenhill DA, Navo P, Zhao, H, Torg J, Comstock, RD, Boden BP: Inadequate Helmet Fit Increases Concussion Severity in American High School Football Players. Sports Health 8(3):238-43, 2016.

Carlson VR, Sheehan FT, Shen A, Yao L, Jackson, JN, Boden BP. The relationship of static tibial tubercle-trochlear groove measurement and dynamic patella tracking.  Am J Sports Med 45(8):1856-1863, 2017.

Boden BP, Breit I, Beachler JA, Williams A, Mueller FO: Fatalities in high school and college football players. Am J Sports Med. 2013;41(5):1108-1116.

Boden BP, Boden MG, Peter RG, Mueller FO, Johnson JE: Catastrophic injuries in pole vaulters: a 9-year prospective study. Am J Sports Med. 2012;40(7):1488-1494.

Boden BP, Sheehan FT, Torg JS, Hewett TE. Noncontact anterior cruciate ligament injuries: mechanisms and risk factors. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2010;18:520-527.

Boden BP, Breit I, Sheehan FT. Tibiofemoral alignment: contributing factors to noncontact anterior cruciate ligament injury.  J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2009;91:2381-2389.

Boden BP, Torg JS, Knowles SB, Hewett TE: Video analysis of anterior cruciate ligament injury: abnormalities in hip and ankle kinematics. Am J Sports Med. 2009;37(2):252-259.

Boden BP, Tachetti, RL, Cantu RC, Knowles SB, Mueller FO: Catastrophic head injuries in high school and college football players. Am J Sports Med. 2007;35(7):1075-1081.

Boden BP, Tachetti, RL, Cantu RC, Knowless SB, Mueller FO: Catastrophic cervical spine injuries in high school and college football players. Am J Sports Med. 2006;34(8):1223-1232.

Boden BP, Tacchetti R, Mueller FO: Catastrophic cheerleading injuries. Am J Sports Med. 2003;31(6):881-888.

Boden BP, Osbahr, DC: High-risk stress fractures. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2000;8(6):344-353.

Boden BP, Pearsall AW, Garrett WE, Feagin JA:  Patellofemoral instability:  evaluation and management.  J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 1997;5(1)47-57.

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Mandelbaum
Bert Mandelbaum, MD, DHL (hon)
Santa Monica, California

Dr. Mandelbaum is a medical graduate of Washington University Medical School in St. Louis in 1980. He completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and fellowship in Sports Medicine from UCLA. He served on the faculty at UCLA from 1986-89 and subsequently joined the Santa Monica Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Group. He presently practices there and serves as the Director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship Program and Medical Director for the FIFA Medical Center of Excellence in Santa Monica. He also serves as Co-director of Clinical Affairs of the Kerlan Jobe Institute at Cedars Sinai. He has served as Chairman of the CONCACAF medical committee since 2016.

Academically, he is well published, including over 100 journal articles and five books. He has received five national awards for Excellence in Research in the Field of Sports Medicine. Since 1995 he has been on the editorial board of the American Journal of Sports Medicine and associate editor for Current Concept Reviews. He also served as executive board member (1999-2001) for the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. Presently, he is Past President of the International Cartilage Repair Society (2008-09). He was honored in a distinguished fashion in 2009 with an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters (DHL) from the State University of New York. He served as Director of Research for Major League Baseball 2011-2015.

As a team physician, Dr. Mandelbaum has worked with UCLA Athletics (1985-1989) and Pepperdine University (1990-present), as well as the LA Galaxy and Chivas USA MLS teams.  He was the Chief Medical Officer for Women’s World Cup Soccer 1999 and 2003, US Soccer Men’s National Teams Physician since 1991, and the assistant Medical Director for Major League Soccer since 1996. He also served as USA Team Physician for Soccer World Cups ’94 in the USA, ’98 in France, 2002 in Japan and Korea, Germany in 2006, and South Africa in 2010. He served as FIFA medical officer for Brazil World Cup 2014. In 2002, he was appointed to FIFA Medical Assessment and Research Committee (F-MARC). In 2007, he was appointed to FIFA’s Sports Medicine Committee until 2017. He also served as Olympic Medical Officer for the Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, Beijing 2008, London 2012, and RIO 2016 games. He was Chief Medical Officer for LA 2015 World Special Olympic Games, the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2015 and 2017, and COPA Centenario in 2016.

He has published his first motivational and inspiration book entitled … The Win Within…. Capturing Your Victorious Spirit. He also does motivational speaking for societies, companies, and groups. He also writes a monthly column for Medscape and The US World News Report.

He is married to Ruth, a Family Physician and Medical Executive with 3 children Rachel, 27, Jordan, 25, and Ava, 21.

 Selected Published Work

Chu CR, Rodeo S, Bhutani N, Goodrich LR, Huard J, Irrgang J, LaPrade RF, Lattermann C, Lu Y, Mandelbaum B, Mao J, McIntyre L, Mishra A, Muschler GF, Piuzzi NS, Potter H, Spindler K, Tokish JM, Tuan R, Zaslav K, Maloney W. Optimizing Clinical Use of Biologics in Orthopaedic Surgery: Consensus Recommendations From the 2018 AAOS/NIH U-13 Conference. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2018.

Arundale AJH, Bizzini M, Giordano A, Hewett TE, Logerstedt DS, Mandelbaum B, Scalzitti DA, Silvers-Granelli H, Snyder-Mackler L. Exercise-Based Knee and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury Prevention. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2018.

Chahla J, Sherman B, Cinque M, Miranda A, Garrett WE, Chiampas G, O’Malley H, Gerhardt MB, Mandelbaum BR. Epidemiological Findings of Soccer Injuries During the 2017 Gold Cup. Orthop J Sports Med. 2018.

Gill TJ, Safran M, Mandelbaum B, Huber B, Gambardella R, Xerogeanes J. A Prospective, Blinded, Multicenter Clinical Trial to Compare the Efficacy, Accuracy, and Safety of In-Office Diagnostic Arthroscopy With Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Surgical Diagnostic Arthroscopy. Arthroscopy. 2018.

Ardern CL, Ekås GR, Grindem H, Moksnes H, Anderson A, Chotel F, Cohen M, Forssblad M, Ganley TJ, Feller JA, Karlsson J, Kocher MS, LaPrade RF, McNamee M, Mandelbaum B, Micheli L, Mohtadi NGH, Reider B, Roe JP, Seil R, Siebold R, Silvers-Granelli HJ, Soligard T, Witvrouw E, Engebretsen L. Prevention, diagnosis and management of paediatric ACL injuries. Br J Sports Med. 2018.

Chahla J, Mandelbaum BR. Biological Treatment for Osteoarthritis of the Knee: Moving from Bench to Bedside-Current Practical Concepts. Arthroscopy. 2018.

International Olympic Committee Pediatric ACL Injury Consensus Group, Ardern CL, Ekås G, Grindem H, Moksnes H, Anderson AF, Chotel F, Cohen M, Forssblad M, Ganley TJ, Feller JA, Karlsson J, Kocher MS, LaPrade RF, McNamee M, Mandelbaum B, Micheli L, Mohtadi NGH, Reider B, Roe JP, Seil R, Siebold R, Silvers-Granelli HJ, Soligard T, Witvrouw E, Engebretsen L. 2018 International Olympic Committee Consensus Statement on Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management of Pediatric Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries. Orthop J Sports Med. 2018.

Silvers-Granelli HJ, Bizzini M, Arundale A, Mandelbaum BR, Snyder-Mackler L. Higher compliance to a neuromuscular injury prevention program improves overall injury rate in male football players. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2018.

Ardern CL, Ekås GR, Grindem H, Moksnes H, Anderson AF, Chotel F, Cohen M, Forssblad M, Ganley TJ, Feller JA, Karlsson J, Kocher MS, LaPrade RF, McNamee M, Mandelbaum B, Micheli L, Mohtadi N, Reider B, Roe J, Seil R, Siebold R, Silvers-Granelli HJ, Soligard T, Witvrouw E, Engebretsen L. 2018 International Olympic Committee consensus statement on prevention, diagnosis and management of paediatric anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries. Br J Sports Med. 2018.

Johnston JT, Mandelbaum BR, Schub D, Rodeo SA, Matava MJ, Silvers-Granelli HJ, Cole BJ, ElAttrache NS, McAdams TR, Brophy RH. Video Analysis of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears in Professional American Football Athletes. Am J Sports Med. 2018.

Ardern CL, Ekås G, Grindem H, Moksnes H, Anderson A, Chotel F, Cohen M, Forssblad M, Ganley TJ, Feller JA, Karlsson J, Kocher MS, LaPrade RF, McNamee M, Mandelbaum B, Micheli L, Mohtadi N, Reider B, Roe J, Seil R, Siebold R, Silvers-Granelli HJ, Soligard T, Witvrouw E, Engebretsen L. 2018 International Olympic Committee consensus statement on prevention, diagnosis and management of paediatric anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2018.

Calloway SP, Soppe CJ, Mandelbaum BR. Clinical Outcomes After Arthroscopic Release of Patellofemoral Arthrofibrosis in Patients With Prior Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Arthroscopy. 2018.

Hussain ZB, Chahla J, Mandelbaum BR, Gomoll AH, LaPrade RF. The Role of Meniscal Tears in Spontaneous Osteonecrosis of the Knee: A Systematic Review of Suspected Etiology and a Call to Revisit Nomenclature. Am J Sports Med. 2017.

Mandelbaum BR, Chahla J. Editorial Commentary: The Acellular Osteochondral Allograft, the Emperor Has New Clothes. Arthroscopy. 2017.

Trentacosta N, Pace JL, Metzger M, Michalski M, Nelson T, Polakof L, Mandelbaum B.Biomechanical Evaluation of Pediatric Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction Techniques With and Without the Anterolateral Ligament (ALL). J Pediatr Orthop. 2017.

Slauterbeck JR, Reilly A, Vacek PM, Choquette R, Tourville TW, Mandelbaum B, Johnson RJ, Beynnon BD. Characterization of Prepractice Injury Prevention Exercises of High School Athletic Teams. Sports Health. 2017.

Silvers-Granelli HJ, Bizzini M, Arundale A, Mandelbaum BR, Snyder-Mackler L. Does the FIFA 11+ Injury Prevention Program Reduce the Incidence of ACL Injury in Male Soccer Players? Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2017.

Mandelbaum BR. Editorial Commentary: Focal Cartilage Defects in Young Patients Indicate Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation Sooner Rather Than Later. Arthroscopy. 2016.

Welch T, Mandelbaum B, Tom M. Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation: Past, Present, and Future. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev. 2016.

Lerebours F, ElAttrache NS, Mandelbaum B. Diseases of Subchondral Bone 2. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev. 2016.

Lerebours F, ElAttrache NS, Mandelbaum B. Diseases of Subchondral Bone 1. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev. 2016.

Mandelbaum BR, ElAttrache NS. Articular Cartilage Repair Techniques. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev. 2016.

Dahm DL, Curriero FC, Camp CL, Brophy RH, Leo T, Meister K, Paletta GA, Steubs JA, Mandelbaum BR, Pollack KM. Epidemiology and Impact of Knee Injuries in Major and Minor League Baseball Players. Am J Orthop (Belle Mead NJ). 2016.

Silvers-Granelli H, Mandelbaum B, Adeniji O, Insler S, Bizzini M, Pohlig R, Junge A, Snyder-Mackler L, Dvorak J. Efficacy of the FIFA 11+ Injury Prevention Program in the Collegiate Male Soccer Player. Am J Sports Med. 2015.

Brophy RH, Stepan JG, Silvers HJ, Mandelbaum BR. Defending Puts the Anterior Cruciate Ligament at Risk During Soccer: A Gender-Based Analysis. Sports Health. 2015.

Mithoefer K, Peterson L, Zenobi-Wong M, Mandelbaum BR. Cartilage issues in football-today’s problems and tomorrow’s solutions. Br J Sports Med. 2015.

Fleisig GS, Leddon CE, Laughlin WA, Ciccotti MG, Mandelbaum BR, Aune KT, Escamilla RF, MacLeod TD, Andrews JR. Biomechanical performance of baseball pitchers with a history of ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction. Am J Sports Med. 2015.

Murray IR, Benke MT, Mandelbaum BR. Management of knee articular cartilage injuries in athletes: chondroprotection, chondrofacilitation, and resurfacing. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2016.

Green GA, Pollack KM, D’Angelo J, Schickendantz MS, Caplinger R, Weber K, Valadka A, McAllister TW, Dick RW, Mandelbaum B, Curriero FC. Mild traumatic brain injury in major and Minor League Baseball players. Am J Sports Med. 2015.

Arliani GG, Astur DC, Yamada RK, Yamada AF, Miyashita GK, Mandelbaum B, Cohen M. Early osteoarthritis and reduced quality of life after retirement in former professional soccer players. Clinics (Sao Paulo). 2014.

Fronek J, Yang JG, Osbahr DC, Pollack KM, ElAttrache NS, Noonan TJ, Conte SA, Mandelbaum BR, Yocum LA.  Shoulder functional performance status of Minor League professional baseball pitchers. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2015.

Swart E, Redler L, Fabricant PD, Mandelbaum BR, Ahmad CS, Wang YC. Prevention and screening programs for anterior cruciate ligament injuries in young athletes: a cost-effectiveness analysis. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2014.

Ahmad CS, Dick RW, Snell E, Kenney ND, Curriero FC, Pollack K, Albright JP, Mandelbaum BR .Major and Minor League Baseball Hamstring Injuries: Epidemiologic Findings From the Major League Baseball Injury Surveillance System. Am J Sports Med. 2014.

Drezner JA, Dvorak J, Kramer EB, Mandelbaum B, Patricios J, Pedrinelli LF, Schmied C, Zideman D. The FIFA® 11 Steps to prevent sudden cardiac death during football games. Eur Heart J. 2013

Mandelbaum B. An injection of platelet-rich plasma, glucocorticoid, or saline solution produced similar pain and disability results in lateral epicondylitis. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2013.

Dvorak J, Kramer EB, Schmied CM, Drezner JA, Zideman D, Patricios J, Correia L, Pedrinelli A, Mandelbaum B. The FIFA medical emergency bag and FIFA 11 steps to prevent sudden cardiac death: setting a global standard and promoting consistent football field emergency care. Br J Sports Med. 2013.

October Featured Editorial Board Members

Robert BrophBrophy.jpgy, MD
Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, Missouri

Dr. Brophy is a Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Washington University School of Medicine with a clinical and academic focus on sports medicine injuries of the knee and shoulder.   He recently served as an at large member on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, was the program chair for the 2018 American Orthopaedic Association annual meeting and received the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation Career Development Award.   Dr. Brophy has authored or co-authored over 215 peer reviewed articles, received grant funding from the AOSSM and OREF and a number of research related distinctions, including the AOSSM NCAA Research Award and Cabaud Memorial Award, the Lee T. Ford Award from the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Washington University School of Medicine, and the Arthur C. Rettig Award from the National Football League Physicians Society.  He is involved in several collaborative research efforts, including MOON Knee, MOON Shoulder, MARS and METEOR.  Dr. Brophy has been a team physician with the (former) NFL St. Louis Rams and National Hockey League St. Louis Blues, currently serves on the NFL Musculokeletal Committee and was an ICRS Traveling Fellow, AAOS-AOA North American Traveling Fellow, AOSSM-ESSKA Traveling Fellow and AOA ABC Traveling Fellow.

He graduated from Stanford University with bachelors’ degrees in electrical engineering and economics and a master’s degree in industrial engineering while playing for the soccer team.  After earning his MD from the Washington University School of Medicine, he completed his orthopedic surgery residency and sports medicine fellowship training at The Hospital for Special Surgery before returning to Washington University as faculty.

Selected Published Work

Johnston JT, Mandelbaum BR, Schub D, Rodeo SA, Matava MJ, Silvers-Granelli HJ, Cole BJ, ElAttrache NS, McAdams TR, Brophy RH. Video Analysis of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears in Professional American Football Athletes. Am J Sports Med. 2018 Mar;46(4):862-868.

Brophy RH, Zhang B, Cai L, Wright RW, Sandell LJ, Rai MF. Transcriptome comparison of meniscus from patients with and without osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis Cartilage. 2018;26:422-432.

Rai MF, Tycksen E, Sandell LJ, Brophy RH. Advantages of RNA-seq compared to RNA microarrays for transcriptome profiling of anterior cruciate ligament tears. J Orthop Res. 2018;36:484-497.

Keener JD, Skelley NW, Stobbs-Cuchi G, Steger-May K, Chamberlain AM, Aleem AA, Brophy RH. Shoulder activity level and progression of degenerative cuff disease. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2017;26:1500-1507.

Lamplot JD, Lillegraven O, Brophy RH. Shoulder activity level in patients with idiopathic adhesive capsulitis. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2017;26:1514-1519.

Smith MV, Nepple JJ, Wright RW, Matava MJ, Brophy RH. Knee osteoarthritis is associated with previous meniscus and ACL surgery among elite American college football athletes. Sports Health. 2017;9:247-251.

Brophy RH, Sandell LJ, Cheverud JM, Rai MF. Gene expression in human meniscal tears has limited association with early degenerative changes in knee articular cartilage. Connect Tissue Res. 2017;58:295-304.

Brophy RH, Sandell LJ, Rai MF. Traumatic and degenerative meniscus tears have different gene expression signatures. Am J Sports Med. 2017;45:114-120.

Wright JO, Skelley NW, Schur RP, Castile RM, Lake SP, Brophy RH. Microstructural and mechanical properties of the posterior cruciate ligament comparing the anterolateral and posteromedial bundles. J Bone Joint Surg. 2016;98:1656-1664.

Brophy RH, Tycksen ED, Sandell LJ, Rai MF. Changes in transcriptome wide gene expression of anterior cruciate ligament tears based on time from injury. Am J Sports Med. 2016;44:2064-75.

Rai MF, Sandell LJ, Zhang B, Wright RW, Brophy RH. RNA microarray analysis of macroscopically normal articular cartilage from knees undergoing partial medial meniscectomy: Potential prediction of the risk for developing osteoarthritis. PLoS One. 2016;11:e0155373.

Brophy RH, Huston LJ, Wright RW, Nwosu SK, Kaeding CC, Parker RD, Andrish JT, Marx RG, McCarty EC, Amendola A, Wolf BR, Dunn WR,Wolcott ML, Spindler KP. Outcomes of ACL reconstruction in patients with Diabetes. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2016;48:969-973.

Miller DJ, Smith MV, Matava MJ, Wright RW, Brophy RH. Microfracture and osteochondral autograft transplantation are cost-effective treatments for articular cartilage lesions of the distal femur. Am J Sports Med. 2015;43:2175-81.

Brophy RH, Haas AK, Huston LJ, Nwosu SK, MARS Group, Wright RW. The association of meniscal status, lower extremity alignment, and body mass index with chondrosis at the time of revision ACL reconstruction. Am J Sports Med. 2015; 43:1616-22.

Brophy RH, Wright RW, Huston LJ, Nwosu SK, MOON Group, Spindler KP. Factors associated with infection following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2015;97:450-4.

Skelley NW, Castile RM, York TE, Gruev V, Lake SP, Brophy RH. Differences in the microstructural properties of the anteromedial and posterolateral bundles of the anterior cruciate ligament. Am J Sports Med. 2015;43:928-936.

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Matej Drobnič, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Orthopedics and Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon
University Medical Centre
Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

Dr. Matej Drobnič is an Associate Professor for Orthopedics at the Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana and a Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Slovenia. He is also a co-founder of Institute for Medicine and Sports in Ljubljana.

Dr. Drobnič earned his medical degree at the University of Ljubljana in 1999, and completed EU certified training in orthopedic surgery in 2007. He is subspecialized in arthroscopy, sports traumatology, and reconstructive surgery of the knee and foot/ankle. He has been head of the rehabilitation unit within the department of orthopedic surgery since 2011. In 2015, he was nominated as an associate professor for orthopedics.

Besides clinical and teaching obligations, he is devoted to the research of articular cartilage repair, sports injuries, and muscle atrophy prevention. Through this involvement he had completed his PhD Thesis (2006) on the outcomes and surgical techniques of autologous chondrocyte implantation at the University of Ljubljana. He has been enrolled in 20 national and 5 international research projects. His academic activity resulted in over 220 publications and more than 80 lectures. He is an active member of national (past secretary of the Slovenian Orthopedic Association and current president of the Slovenian Cell and Tissue Engineering Society) and international (ICRS, ESSKA) orthopedic societies. He has been active in the editorial board of the American Journal of Sports Medicine since 2011.

Dr Drobnič was a national-level basketball player during his high school and university years. His dedication to sports echoes in his professional orthopedic career. He has been a team physician for the football teams NK Interblock (2010-12) and lately for NK Olimpija (since 2015), Ljubljana. He is a leading physician for Slovenian Ski-jumping national team. He sits on the medical commission of the Slovenian Football Association.

Matej and his wife Maja enjoy living in Ljubljana, Slovenia with their daughter Pika and son Timotej.

Selected Published Work

Čamernik K, Barlič A, Drobnič M, Marc J, Jeras M, Zupan J. Mesenchymal Stem Cells in the Musculoskeletal System: From Animal Models to Human Tissue Regeneration? Stem Cell Rev. 2018 Jun; 14(3):346-369

Drobnič M, Perdisa F, Kon E, Cefalì F, Marcacci M, Filardo G. Implant strategy affects scaffold stability and integrity in cartilage treatment. Knee Surg SportsTraumatol Arthrosc. 2018 Sep; 26(9):2774-2783

Vitez L, Zupet P, Zadnik V, Drobnič M. Running Injuries in the Participants of Ljubljana Marathon. Zdr Varst. 2017 Oct 9; 56(4):196-202

Krajnc Z, Rupreht M, Drobnič M. Quantitative Evaluation of Growth Plates around the Knees of Adolescent Soccer Players by Diffusion-Weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Biomed Res Int. 2015; 2015:482017

Žargi T, Drobnič M, Stražar K, Kacin A. Short-Term Preconditioning With Blood Flow Restricted Exercise Preserves Quadriceps MuscleEndurance in Patients After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Front Physiol. 2018 Aug 24; 9:1150

Grapar Žargi T, Drobnic M, Koder J, Stražar K, Kacin A. The effects of preconditioning with ischemic exercise on quadriceps femoris muscle atrophy following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: a quasi-randomized controlled trial. Eur J Phys Rehabil Med. 2016 Jun; 52(3):310-20

September Featured Editorial Board Member

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Leon (Lonnie) Paulos, MD
Sports Injuries, Knee and Shoulder Specialist
Salt Lake City, Utah

Dr. Paulos was born in Salt Lake City, Utah in July, 1946. He graduated from the University of Utah and played American football as the starting strong safety for 4 years. He was named to the academic all-conference football team 3 times and was also named to the NCAA Academic All-American Football team, honorable mention. He graduated from the University Of Utah School Of Medicine with honors (AOA). He completed his internship at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas and his orthopedic residency under the late Dr. Sherman Coleman at the University of Utah. He completed a double fellowship with Dr. Fred Allman in Atlanta, Georgia, and Dr. Frank Noyes in Cincinnati, Ohio. Working with Dr. Noyes and his colleagues as an associate and partner introduced him to the importance of academics and research in Sports Medicine Orthopedics and he has been very productive since that time. He has over 100 publications in peer reviewed journals, over 370 academic presentations around the world, been an instructor for over 75 orthopedic instructional course lectures, and has published over 47 books and chapters in his specialties. He also has 30 patents and patents pending for medical devices and procedures.

Dr. Paulos was a pioneer for arthroscopic subacromial decompression and rotator cuff repair in the shoulder, as well as arthroscopic Anterior Cruciate and Posterior Cruciate ligament reconstruction. His pioneering work on knee arthrofibrosis and the clinical entity of Inferior Patellar Entrapment Syndrome (IPCS) has been widely referenced and recognized.

Dr. Paulos has been, and still is, an orthopedic consultant to many high schools, colleges and professional sports teams, as well as the US Olympic Ski Team. His previous positions include Vice President and Medical Director of the Andrews-Paulos Research & Education Institute, Gulf Breeze, Florida; Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas; Medical Director of The Biomechanics Institute, Salt Lake City, Utah; Founding Partner of The Orthopedic Hospital (TOSH), Salt Lake City, Utah; Associate Clinical Professor, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah: Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio; Adjunct Professor, School of Physical Therapy, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah; Adjunct Professor, University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama; Research Associate, Department of Health, Leisure and Exercise Science, University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida.

Dr. Paulos has been AAOS board certified since 1980 and has his CAQ in Sports Medicine. He has trained over 200 post-graduate orthopedic surgeons in his ACGME certified sports medicine fellowships. He sits on many Editorial Boards, committees, and medical consulting panels. He was one of the very first European Traveling Fellows, and has since served as a God-Father in 2009. He and his associates have been awarded the O’Donoghue Research Award; 3M Health Care Award for Applied Science and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association President’s Challenge Award. He is a member of the Herodicus and AOA Societies.

Dr. Paulos and his wife Shannon live in Salt Lake City, Utah and have 6 children and 3 grandchildren between them.

Selected Published Work

Noyes, F.R., Grood, E.S., Butler, D.L., and Paulos, L.E.: “Clinical Biomechanics of the Knee – Ligament Restraints and Functional Stability.”   AAOS Symposium on the Athlete’s Knee (Ed. J. Funk), The C.V. Mosby Company, 1980.

Paulos, L.E., Noyes, F.R., Grood, E.S. and Butler, D.L.: “Knee Rehabilitation After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction and Repair.” American Journal Sports Med Vol. 9, No. 3:140-149, 1980.

Paulos, L.E.; Rosenberg, T.D.; Drawbert, J; Manning, J; Abbott, P.: “Infrapatellar Contracture Syndrome (IPCS): An Unrecognized Cause of Knee Stiffness with Patella Entrapment and Patella Infra.” American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol 15, No. 4:31-341, 1987.

Paulos, L.E., Harner, C.D., Parker, R.D.: “Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression for Impingement Syndrome of the Shoulder.” Techniques in Orthopedics. Vol. 3, No. 1, April 1988.

Kolowich, P.A.; Paulos, L.E.; Rosenberg, T.D.; Farnsworth, S.: “Lateral Release of the Patella: Indications and Contraindications.” The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol. 18, No. 4:359-365, July/August 1990.

Paulos, L.E., Cherf, J., Rosenberg, T.D., Beck, C.L., “Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Autografts.” Clinics in Sports Medicine, Vol. 10, No. 3:469-85, July 1991.

Paulos, L.E., Cawley, P.W., France, E.P., “Impact Biomechanics of Lateral Knee Bracing. The Anterior Cruciate Ligament.” The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol. 19, No. 4:337-342, July/August 1991.

Grauer, J.D., Paulos, L.E., Smutz, W.P., “Biceps Tendon and Superior Labral Injuries,” Arthroscopy, Vol. 8, No. 4:488-497, 1992.

Evans, I.K., Paulos, L.E., “Complications of Patellofemoral Joint Surgery,” Vol. 23, No. 4:697-710, October 1992, The Orthopedic Clinics of North America – The Patellofemoral Joint.

Paulos, L.E., Kody, M.H., “Arthroscopically Enhanced ‘Mini-Approach’ to Rotator Cuff Repair,” The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol. 22, No. 1:19-25, January 1994.

Fenton, P.J., Paulos, L.E., “Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Allograft Augmentation,” Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review, 2:129-136, 1994 Raven Press, Ltd., New York.

Paulos, L.E., Wnorowski, D.C., Greenwald, A.E., “Infrapatellar Contracture Syndrome. Diagnosis, Treatment, and Long-Term Follow-up,” The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol. 22, No. 4, July/August 1994.

Felix, N.A., Paulos, L.E.: “Current Status of Meniscal Transplantation,” The Knee, Vol. 10, pp13-17, June 19, 2003.