November Featured Editorial Board Members

Beaufils
Philippe Beaufils, MD
Associate Professor at Paris Hospital College
Member of the French Academy of Surgery
Chair, Orthopaedic and Traumatology Department, Versailles Hospital
Paris, France

Philippe Beaufils, MD, is an Associate Professor at Paris Hospital College and a Member of the French Academy of Surgery. He is currently Chairman of the Orthopaedic and Traumatology Department, Versailles Hospital.

Dr. Beaufils is a Member of the French orthopaedic society (SOFCOT), the French Arthroscopy Association (SFA), the International Society for Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Sports Traumatology  (ISAKOS), and the European Society for Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy (ESSKA).

He has served as President of the 2005 SOFCOT meeting, President of the French Arthroscopy Association (SFA), and chairman of the ESSKA Knee Scientific Committee.

Dr. Beaufils serves as Chief Editor of Orthopaedics and Traumatology : Surgery and Research, as a Member of the Board of Trustees of the ESSKA Journal (Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology and Arthroscopy), and on the editorial board of the American Journal of Sports Medicine.

Selected Published Work

Ollivier M, Tribot-Laspiere Q, Amzallag J, Boisrenoult P, Pujol N, Beaufils P. Abnormal rate of intraoperative and postoperative implant positioning outliers using “MRI-based patient-specific” compared to “computer assisted” instrumentation in total knee replacement. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015 May 21. [Epub ahead of print]

Beranger JS, Maqdes A, Pujol N, Desmoineaux P, Beaufils P. Bone mineral density of the coracoid process decreases with age. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2014 Dec 17. [Epub ahead of print]

Bouyarmane H, Beaufils P, Pujol N, Bellemans J, Roberts S, Spalding T, Zaffagnini S, Marcacci M, Verdonk P, Womack M, Verdonk R. Polyurethane scaffold in lateral meniscus segmental defects: clinical outcomes at 24 months follow-up. Orthop Traumatol Surg Res. 2014;100(1):153-157.

Pujol N, Tardy N, Boisrenoult P, Beaufils P. Long-term outcomes of all-inside meniscal repair. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015;23(1):219-224.

Pujol N, Queinnec S, Boisrenoult P, Maqdes A, Beaufils P. Anatomy of the anterior cruciate ligament related to hamstring tendon grafts. A cadaveric study. Knee. 2013;20(6):511-514.

Verdonk P, Beaufils P, Bellemans J, Djian P, Heinrichs EL, Huysse W, Laprell H, Siebold R, Verdonk R; Actifit Study Group. Successful treatment of painful irreparable partial meniscal defects with a polyurethane scaffold: two-year safety and clinical outcomes. Am J Sports Med. 2012;40(4):844-853.

Pujol N, Barbier O, Boisrenoult P, Beaufils P. Amount of meniscal resection after failed meniscal repair. Am J Sports Med. 2011;39(8):1648-1652.

Anderson AF, Irrgang JJ, Dunn W, Beaufils P, Cohen M, Cole BJ, Coolican M, Ferretti M, Glenn RE Jr, Johnson R, Neyret P, Ochi M, Panarella L, Siebold R, Spindler KP, Ait Si Selmi T, Verdonk P, Verdonk R, Yasuda K, Kowalchuk DA. Interobserver reliability of the International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ISAKOS) classification of meniscal tears. Am J Sports Med. 2011;39(5):926-932.

Beldame J, Carreras F, Oger P, Beaufils P. Cementless cups do not increase osteolysis risk in metal-on-metal total hip arthroplasty. Apropos of 106 cases. Orthop Traumatol Surg Res. 2009;95(7):478-490.

Pujol N, Panarella L, Selmi TA, Neyret P, Fithian D, Beaufils P. Meniscal healing after meniscal repair: a CT arthrography assessment. Am J Sports Med. 2008;36(8):1489-1495.

Thaunat M, Nourissat G, Gaudin P, Beaufils P. Tibial plateau fracture after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Role of the interference screw resorption in the stress riser effect. Knee. 2006;13(3):241-243

Louisia S, Charrois O, Beaufils P. Posterior “back and forth” approach in arthroscopic surgery on the posterior knee compartments. Arthroscopy. 2003;19(3):321-325.

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Donald Shelbourne, M.D.
ShelbourneKneeCenter
Associate Clinical Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Dr. K. Donald Shelbourne is an orthopaedic surgeon at the Shelbourne Knee Center and an Associate Clinical Professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine.  He completed Medical School and his Orthopaedic Residency at Indiana University Medical School from 1972 through 1981 and did a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin in 1982.

Dr. Shelbourne served as the team physician for the Indianapolis Colts from 1984 through 1998, and has been an orthopaedic consultant to Purdue University, Wabash College, and area high schools since 1982.

When Don began his practice, he wanted to concentrate on the treatment, rehabilitation, and research of knee injuries. He designed prospective research studies for continually recording and evaluating his outcomes after surgery, to include ACL reconstruction, patellofemoral realignment, and knee arthroscopy. He has also prospectively studied outcomes of nonoperative treatment for knee conditions.  Don has published over 200 journal articles and chapters in books, and has presented his findings at national and international meetings. He is best known for his implementation of accelerated rehabilitation for ACL reconstruction and for utilizing the patellar tendon graft from the contralateral knee as a means for better establishing knee symmetry in the long-term after surgery.

Dr. Shelbourne won the AOSSM Hughston Award in 2000 for his study of the natural history of PCL injuries and again in 2010 for his study of the effect of range of motion loss on long-term results after ACL reconstruction.

Selected Published Work

Shelbourne KD, Davis TJ, Patel DV:  The Natural History of Acute, Isolated, Nonoperatively Treated Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries: A Prospective StudyAm J Sports Med 1999;27:276-283.  2000 Hughston Award

Shelbourne KD, Gray T:  Results of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Based on the Meniscal and Articular Cartilage Status at the Time of Surgery:  Five- to Fifteen-Year EvaluationsAm J Sports Med. 2000; 28:446-452.

Shelbourne KD, Urch SE:  Primary Anterior Cruciate Ligament using the Contralateral Autogenous Patellar TendonAm J Sports Med. 2000; 28:651-658.

Shelbourne KD, Biggs A, Gray T: Deconditioned Knee: The Effectiveness of a Rehabilitation Program that Restores Normal Knee Motion to Improve Symptoms and Function. North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy 2007;2:81-89.

Shelbourne KD, Gray T. Minimum 10-year Results after Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction: How the Loss of Normal Knee Motion Compounds other Factors Related to the Development of Osteoarthritis after Surgery. Am J Sports Med. 2009;37:471-480. 2010 Hughston Award

Shelbourne KD, Clark M, Gray T. Minimum 10-year follow-up of patients after acute, isolated posterior cruciate ligament injury treated nonoperatively. Am J Sports Med. 2013:41:1526-1523.

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