May Featured Editorial Board Members

Ayeni_Olufemi
Olufemi R. Ayeni, MD, MSc, FRCSC

Associate Professor, McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Olufemi (Femi) R. Ayeni, MD, MSc, FRCSC is an associate professor of orthopaedic surgery and fellowship director of the sports medicine and arthroscopy fellowship at McMaster University, Canada.  He completed his orthopaedic surgery residency training at McMaster University followed by 2 additional years of sports medicine fellowship training first at the University of Ottawa under the tutelage of Donald H. Johnson, MD and then at the Hospital for Special Surgery.  His clinical focus addresses athletic injuries of the hip, knee, and shoulder, and he is the medical director of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League.  He has a research focus addressing hip preservation surgery and surgical outcomes in sports medicine. He has published over 150 peer-reviewed articles and 20 book chapters in the last 7 years.  Dr. Ayeni’s clinical research addressing femoroacetabular impingement has been funded by the Canadian Institute for Health Research, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy Association of North America, and the Canadian Orthopaedic Association.  He is an active reviewer for over 20 journals, an associate editor for several orthopaedic journals, and sits on several editorial boards and scientific committees. He recently edited a textbook titled Diagnosis and Management of Femoroacetabular Impingent, An Evidence-Based Approach (eds. Ayeni, Karlsson, Philippon, Safran) and will defend his PhD thesis titled “Femoroacetabular Impingement-The Pursuit of Evidence” this fall (2017) at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Dr. Ayeni is married to Theresa, who is an ear, nose and throat surgeon, and has 2 children.

Selected Published Work

Khan, M., Bedi, A., Fu, F., Karlsson, J., Ayeni OR., Bhandari, M. Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) Syndrome: New Perspectives. Nat Rev Rheumatol. 2016 May; 12(5):303-10.

de SA D, Holmich P, Phillips M, Heaven S, Simunovic N, Philippon MJ, Ayeni OR. Athletic Groin Pain: A Systemic Review of Surgical Diagnoses, Investigations and Treatment. Br J Sports Med. 2016 May 6. pii: bjsports-2015-095137.

de Sa D, Cargnelli S, Catapano M, Bedi A, Simunovic N, Burrow S, Ayeni OR. Femoroacetabular Impingement in Skeletally Immature Patients: A Systematic Review Examining Indications, Outcomes, and Complications of Open and Arthroscopic Treatment. Arthroscopy. 2015 Feb; 31(2):373-384.

Hoppe DJ, de Sa D, Simunovic N, Bhandari M, Safran MR, Larson CM, Ayeni OR. The learning curve for hip arthroscopy: A systematic review. Arthroscopy. 2014 Mar; 30(3):389-397

Ayeni OR, Chahal M, Tran MN, Sprague S. Pivot shift as an outcome measure for ACL reconstruction: a systematic review. Knee Surg. Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2012 Apr; 20(4): 767-77.

Khan M, Evaniew N, Gichuru M, Habib A, Ayeni OR, Bedi A, Walsh M, Devereaux PJ, Bhandari M. The Fragility of Statistically Significant Findings from Randomized Trials in Sports Surgery: A Systematic Survey. Am J Sports Med. 2016 Nov 1.

Mundi R, Bedi A, Chow L, Crouch S, Simunovic N, Sibilsky Enselman E, Ayeni OR. Cartilage Restoration of the Knee: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Level 1 Studies. Am J Sports Med. 2016 Jul; 44(7):1888-95.

Creech MJ, Yeung M, Denkers M, Simunovic N, Athwal GS, Ayeni OR. Surgical indications for long head biceps tenodesis: a systematic review. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2016 Jul; 24(7):2156-66

 

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Sam Oussedik, BSc, MBBS, FRCS(Tr&Orth)
Director of Surgical Education, University College Hospital London
London, United Kingdom

Sam trained as an undergraduate at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. He went on to join the North West Thames orthopaedic training rotation following a period devoted to stem cell research. He continued to develop his interest in lower limb surgery in general and knee surgery in particular. In 2010, he spent a year as the Knee Fellow at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney and team doctor for the Gordon Highlanders rugby union team, gaining further specialized experience in knee and sports surgery.

Collaborations with the team at the Sydney Orthopaedic Research Institute culminated in several publications on sports and arthroplasty topics.

Sam was appointed to University College Hospital London in 2012 as a lower limb surgeon with a special interest in knee surgery. His elective practice is 90% knee based, including all aspects of knee surgery from ligament reconstruction and joint preservation work to primary and revision arthroplasty. He also retains a keen interest in general trauma.

His research interests include joint preservation through cartilage restoration and osteotomy about the knee and gaining the best performance from knee arthroplasty.  His studies include using computer navigation hardware to gain a better understanding of knee kinematics, the response to injury and the effects of surgical interventions; imaging cartilage in novel ways to evaluate the effects of treatments; and using cell based therapies in the early stages of osteoarthritis.

As the Director of Surgical Education at UCLH, Sam runs a number of instructional courses for basic and higher surgical trainees as well as masterclasses for fellow lower limb specialists. He is the co-author of books on trauma care and knee arthroplasty as well as an ever-increasing number of peer-reviewed publications.

In addition to editorial board duties with AJSM and OJSM, Sam is the Knee Editor for the Bone and Joint Journal.

In 2016, Sam was fortunate enough to be selected for the ABC travelling fellowship and gained a great insight into the US and Canadian Health systems.

Selected Published Work

Kalson NS, Borthwick LA, Mann DA, Deehan DJ, Lewis P, Mann C, Mont MA, Morgan-Jones R, Oussedik S, Williams FM, Toms A, Argenson JN, Bellemans J, Bhave A, Furnes O, Gollwitzer H, Haddad FS, Hofmann S, Krenn V. International consensus on the definition and classification of fibrosis of the knee joint. Bone Joint J. 2016; 98-B(11):1479-1488.

Oussedik S, Abdel MP, Cross MB, Haddad FS. Alignment and fixation in total knee arthroplasty: changing paradigms. Bone Joint J. 2015; 97-B(10 Suppl A):16-9.

Oussedik S, Tsitskaris K, Parker D. Treatment of articular cartilage lesions of the knee by microfracture or autologous chondrocyte implantation: a systematic review. Arthroscopy. 2015; 31(4):732-44.

Morgan-Jones R, Oussedik SI, Graichen H, Haddad FS. Zonal fixation in revision total knee arthroplasty. Bone Joint J. 2015;97-B(2):147-9.

Oussedik S, Scholes C, Ferguson D, Roe J, Parker D. Is femoral component rotation in a TKA reliably guided by the functional flexion axis? Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012; 470(11):3227-32.

Oussedik SI, Dodd MB, Haddad FS. Outcomes of revision total hip replacement for infection after grading according to a standard protocol. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2010; 92(9):1222-6.

Kalia P, Coathup MJ, Oussedik S, Konan S, Dodd M, Haddad FS, Blunn GW. Augmentation of bone growth onto the acetabular cup surface using bone marrow stromal cells in total hip replacement surgery. Tissue Eng Part A. 2009; 15(12):3689-96.

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April Featured Editorial Board Members

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Elizabeth A. Arendt, MD

Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Dr. Arendt received her Orthopaedic training at University of Rochester, New York, followed by a fellowship in Sports Medicine at University of Minnesota. Her clinical and research activities have centered on injuries that are more common in females, in particular injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament and the patellofemoral joint. She has enjoyed high visibility and clinical expertise in the field of the patellofemoral joint. She is the team physician for women’s volleyball and basketball at her university and past team physician for USA Hockey (1992-1994).

She has held a number of administrative roles in athletics both nationally and locally. She was the Medical Director for Men and Women’s Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of Minnesota for 20 years, stepping down in 2010. She was appointed to the NCAA Medical Safeguard Committee (6 years) and the President’s Council for Physical Fitness and Sport (8 years). She currently serves on the Academic Advisory Board for the IOC Diploma in Sports Medicine.

She has been a committee member and chair for a number of organization including AAOS, AOSSM, ESSKA, and ISAKOS. She was the godmother to the AOSSM traveling fellows in 2014. She received the Founders Award for the best in Sports Medicine from AMSSM in 2005, and the Patellofemoral Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016.

She has authored over 85 peer-reviewed publications and 40+ book chapters.

Selected Published Work

Management of Patellofemoral Arthritis and Dislocation

Askenberger M, Janarv P, Finnbogason T, Arendt EA. Morphology and Anatomic Patellar Instability Risk Factors in First-Time Traumatic Lateral Patellar Dislocations. Am J Sports Med. 2017 Jan. 45(1): 50-58.

Ridley TJ, Hinckel B, Kruckeberg BM, Agel J, Arendt, EA. Anatomical Patella Instability Risk Factors on MRI Show Sensitivity Without Specificity in Patients With Patellofemoral Instability: A Systemic Review. JISAKOS, 2016 May 18.

Arendt EA, England K, Agel J, Tomkins M. An Analysis of Knee Anatomic Imaging Factors Associated with Primary Lateral Patellar Dislocations. KSSTA, 2016 Mar 26.

Weber AE, Nathani A, Dines JS, Answorth AA, Shubin-Stein BE, Arendt EA, Bedi A. An Algorithmic Approach to the Management of Recurrent Lateral Patellar Dislocation. J Bone Joint Surg Am, 2016 Mar 2.

Askenberger M, Arendt EA, Ekstrom W, Voss U, Finnbogason T, Janarv PM. Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Injuries in Children with First-Time Lateral Patellar Dislocation: A Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Arthroscopic Study. Am J Sports Med. 2015 Nov 24.

Tompkins MA, Arendt EA. Patellar Instability Factors in Isolated Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstructions-What Does the Literature Tell Us? A Systematic Review. Am J Sports Med. 2015 Sept; 43(9): 2318-27.

Magnussen RA, Verlage M, Stock E, Zurek L, Flanigan DC, Tompkins M, Agel J, Arendt EA. Primary patellar dislocations without surgical stabilization or recurrence: how well are these patients really doing?. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015 July 13.

Nord A, Agel J, Arendt EA: Axial knee radiographs: consistency across clinic sites. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc, May 2, 2014.

Smith TO, Donell ST, Clark A, Chester R, Cross J, Kader DF, Arendt EA. The development, validation and internal consistency of the Norwich Patellar Instability (NPI) score. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2014 Feb; 22(2): 324-35.

Arendt EA, Dejour D. Patella instability: building bridges across the ocean a historic review. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2013; 21(2): 279-93.

Arendt EA, Moeller A, Agel J. Clinical outcomes of medial patellofemoral ligament repair in recurrent (chronic) lateral patella dislocations. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2011; 19(11): 1909-14.

Feller JA, Amis AA, Andrish JT, Arendt EA, Erasmus PJ, Powers CM. Surgical biomechanics of the patellofemoral joint. Arthroscopy. 2007; 23(5): 542-53.

Arendt EA, Fithian DC, Cohen E. Current concepts of lateral patella dislocation. Clin Sports Med. 2002; 21(3): 499-519.

Injury Risk in the Female Athlete, Focus on ACL

Wentorf FA, Sudoh K, Moses C, Arendt EA, Carlson CS. The effects of estrogen on material and mechanical properties of the intra- and extra-articular knee structures. Am J Sports Med. 2006; 34(12): 1948-52.

Agel J, Bershadsky B, Arendt EA. Hormonal therapy: ACL and ankle injury. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2006; 38(1): 7-12.

Agel J, Arendt EA, Bershadsky B. Anterior cruciate ligament injury in national collegiate athletic association basketball and soccer: a 13-year review. Am J Sports Med. 2005; 33(4): 524-30.

Arendt EA, Agel J, Heikes C, Griffiths H.  Stress injuries to bone in college athletes: A retrospective review of experience at a single institutionAm J Sports Med. 31: 959-968, 2003.

Arendt EA, Agel J, Dick R. Anterior cruciate ligament injury patterns among collegiate men and women. J Athl Train. 1999; 34(2): 86-92.

Arendt EA, Griffiths HJ. The use of MR imaging in the assessment and clinical management of stress reactions of bone in high-performance athletes. Clin Sports Med. 1997; 16(2): 291-306.

Arendt EA, Dick R. Knee injury patterns among men and women in collegiate basketball and soccer: NCAA data and review of literatureAm J Sports Med. 23(6): 694-701, 1995.

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Lutul D. Farrow, MD
Staff Orthopaedic Surgeon, The Cleveland Clinic Orthopaedic and Rheumatologic Institute
Assistant Professor of Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine
Cleveland, Ohio

Lutul D. Farrow, MD is a Staff Orthopaedic Surgeon in The Cleveland Clinic Orthopaedic and Rheumatologic Institute in Cleveland, Ohio. He is also an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. Dr. Farrow is a member of Cleveland Clinic Sports Health and currently serves as the Program Director for the Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Fellowship Program. Dr. Farrow completed his collegiate studies at Baldwin Wallace University where he was a Team Captain and Academic All-American for the Yellow Jacket football program. Dr. Farrow went on to earn his medical degree at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and completed his Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals of Cleveland Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. He completed his Fellowship in Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Farrow is Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery and is a Diplomat of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. Farrow also holds Subspecialty Certification in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. He specializes in the evaluation and management of conditions affecting the knee and shoulder in athletes and active individuals, with a special emphasis on complex reconstruction of the knee joint. Dr. Farrow also has special interest in conditions affecting the patellofemoral joint.

Dr. Farrow has extensive experience in the care of athletes at all levels of competition ranging from recreational sports to Professional athletics. Since beginning practice, Dr. Farrow has served as a Team Physician for The NFL Cleveland Browns, The University of Arizona Wildcat and Pima Community College Aztecs athletic programs, the Tucson Rodeo, and both the MLB Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies during their spring training in Tucson. Currently, Dr. Farrow serves as the Head Orthopaedic Consultant for Baldwin Wallace University and Head Team Physician at Brunswick High School. Dr. Farrow’s research interests include the anatomy and biomechanics of the knee and elbow, healthcare disparities in sports medicine, and outcomes research. He has authored multiple book chapters in orthopaedic sports medicine textbooks and over twenty manuscripts in peer-reviewed orthopaedic surgery journals. Dr. Farrow has also participated as a visiting lecturer and presented his research both nationally and internationally. He is currently a member of the Editorial Board for the American Journal of Sports Medicine and is a member of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, the Arthroscopy Association of North America, the American Orthopaedic Association, and the J. Robert Gladden Orthopaedic Society. Dr. Farrow enjoys spending time with his wife, Tenisha, and their three sons. He is an avid distance runner and enjoys golfing.

Selected Published Work

Silver AG, Kaar SG, Grisell MK, Reagan JM, Farrow LD. Comparison Between Rigid and Flexible Systems for Drilling the Femoral Tunnel Through an Anteromedial Portal in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Arthroscopy. 2010; 26(6): 790-795.

Farrow LD, Liu RW. Lateral Anatomic Structures at Risk During Transepiphyseal Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. J Knee Surg. 2010; 23(4): 209-213.

Wu EW, Chen MR, Cooperman DR, Victoroff BN, Goodfellow DB, Farrow LD. No correlation of height or gender with anterior cruciate ligament footprint size. J Knee Surg. 2011; 24(1): 39-43.

Wallace M, Bedi A, Lesniak BP, Farrow LD, Ajibade D, Israel HA, Kaar SG. What effect does anterior cruciate ligament tibial guide orientation have on tibial tunnel length? Arthroscopy. 2011; 27(6): 803-808.

Azzam MG, Lenarz CJ, Kaar SG, Farrow LD, Israel HA, Kieffer DA. Inter and intraobserver reliability of the clock face representation as used to describe the femoral intercondylar notch. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2011; 19(8): 1265-1270.

Farrow LD, Mahoney AJ, Stefancin JJ, Taljanovic M, Sheppard JE, Schickendantz MS. Quantitative analysis of the medial ulnar collateral ligament ulnar footprint and its relationship to the ulnar sublime tubercle. Am J Sports Med. 2011; 39(9): 1936-1941.

Askam BM, Horton SD, DeSilva GL, Farrow LD. Management of carpometacarpal dislocations in an intercollegiate football athlete. Int J Athl Ther Train. 2011; 16(5): 14-17.

Walton DM, Liu RW, Farrow LD, Thompson GH. Proximal tibial rotational osteotomy for torsion of the tibia: a review of 43 cases. J Child Orthop. 2012; 6(1): 81-85.

Crawford B, Zehnder S, Cutuk A, Farrow LD, Kaar SG. Arthroscopic evaluation of knee lateral compartment widening after lateral ligamentous injury. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2013; 21(7): 1534-1539.

Farrow LD, Mahoney AP, Sheppard JE, Schickendantz MS, Taljanovic MS. Ultrasound assessment of the medial ulnar collateral ligament distal ulnar attachment. J Ultrasound in Medicine. 2014; 33(8): 1485-1490.

Farrow LD, Alentado VJ, Abdelnabi Z, Liu RW, Gilmore A. The relationship of the medial patellofemoral ligament attachment to the distal femoral physis. Am J Sports Medicine. 2014; 42(9): 2214-2218.

Farrow LD, Lenehan EA, Payne WB, Askam BM, Grana WA. Long-term outcomes following allograft reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. Am J Orthop. 2015; 44(5): 217-222.

Morris PM, Francois AG, Marcus RE, Farrow LD. The effect of peroneus brevis tendon anatomy on stability of fractures at the fifth metatarsal base. Foot Ankle Int. 2015; 36(5): 579-584.

Farrow LD, Morris PM, Huston KL, Hall ET, Kaar SG. A simple radiographic sign of vertical femoral tunnel placement during anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. J Knee Surg. 2015; 28(5): 428-431.

Ebersol GM, Eckerle P, Farrow LD, Cutuk A, Bledsoe G, Kaar SG. Anterior cruciate ligament graft isometry is affected by the orientation of the femoral tunnel. J Knee Surg. 2016; 29(3): 260-266.

Oak SR, Jones M, Strnad GJ, Bena J, Farrow LD, Spindler KS. Responsiveness comparison of the EQ-5D, PROMIS Global Health, and VR-12 questionnaires knee arthroscopy. Orthop J Sports Med. 2016.

Rowan FA, Marshall T, Gombosh MR, Farrow LD. Utilization of osseous landmarks for anatomic anterior cruciate ligament femoral tunnel placement. J Knee Surg. 2016. In Press.

Nguyen C, Gilmore A, Farrow LD, Liu RW. Safe drilling paths in the distal femoral epiphysis for pediatric medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction. Am J Sports Medicine. 2016.

Stegmeier N, Oak S, O’Rourke C, Strnad G, Spindler KP, Jones M, Farrow LD, Andrish J, Saluan P. No clinical significant difference between adult and pediatric IKDC subjective knee evaluation scores in adults. Sports Health. 2017.

Hooper P, Malcolm T, Silko C, Farrow LD. Management of posterior cruciate ligament tibial avulsion injuries: A systematic review. Am J Sports Medicine. 2017. In Press.

March Featured Editorial Board Members

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James L. Baldwin, MD
Founder, Portland Knee Clinic, Portland, Oregon
Former Chairman, Portland Providence Hospital, Orthopedic Department

Clinical Professor, emeritus, Oregon Health Science University, Orthopedic Department
Portland, Oregon

Dr. Baldwin is a graduate of University of Oregon Medical School, Dartmouth Medical School internship, and Oregon Health Science University orthopedic residency. After serving as an Orthopedic Surgeon/Major in the US Army where he received training in arthroscopic knee surgery at University of California and Letterman Hospital, he returned to Portland, Oregon, in 1975 where he established private practice. As a Clinical Professor at Oregon Health Sciences University, Dr. Baldwin was active in resident education on comprehensive knee examination, knee arthroscopy, and knee procedures. He established the Portland Knee Clinic in 1985 with a practice strictly limited to disorders of the knee. In 1990, Dr. Baldwin introduced modern knee techniques to the orthopedic surgeons in Lithuania, teaching examination techniques, arthroscopic, ACL and reconstructive knee procedures, and leaving new equipment donated by US manufacturers to begin a new era of knee surgery in liberated Lithuania. After multiple visits to Lithuania, Dr. Baldwin was made an honorary member of the Lithuanian Association of Arthroscopy Surgeons in 2003. Dr. Baldwin is the author of multiple video articles, technical video presentations, and publications regarding knee conditions. He is the holder of two knee implant patents and is the primary designer of a total knee system. Retired from surgery in 2002 and surgical assisting in 2012, Dr. Baldwin regularly performs Independent Medical Examinations for patients with knee injuries and continues research regarding knee conditions. He has been on the Editorial Board for the American Journal of Sports Medicine since 1990. Dr. Baldwin has been married to his wife, Lucy, for 49 years and has two children and four grandchildren.

Selected Published Work

Baldwin, James L. Arthroscopy of the Knee, the Universal Lateral Portal. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS. Presented at Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, January 1985.

Baldwin, James L. Posterior Meniscal Detachment. OREGON HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY, Division of Orthopedics. Portland, Oregon, June 1988.

Baldwin, James L.; Rubinstein, Richard A. Tibial Tubercle Osteotomy in Total Knee Revision. OTHOPEDIC TRANSACTIONS (JBJS), Vol 18 (2), 1994-59, page 1080.

Baldwin, James L., Rubinstein, Richard A. Jr. The Subvastus Approach and Tibial Tubercle Osteotomy in Total Knee Arthroplasty. JOURNAL OF ORTHOPEDIC TECHNIQUES, March 1995, Vol. 3 No. 1.

Baldwin, James L., El-Saied, M.R.A., Rubinstein, Richard A. Jr. Uncemented Total Knee Arthroplasty: Report of 109 Titanium Knees with Cancellous-Structured Porous Coating. ORTHOPEDICS, February 1996, Vol. 19 No. 2.

Baldwin, James L., Rubinstein, Richard A. Jr. The Effect of Bone Quality on the Outcome of Ingrowth Total Knee Arthroplasty. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF KNEE SURGERY, Spring 1996, Vol. 9 No. 2.

Baldwin, James L.; House, C. Ken. Anatomic Dimensions of the Patella Measured During Total Knee Arthroplasty. THE JOURNAL OF ARTHROPLASTY, Vol 20 (2), p 250-7, February, 2005.

Baldwin, James L. The Anatomy of the Medial Patellofemoral Ligament. THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE, Vol 37, p 2355-2361, December, 2009.

Rubinstein RA Jr, DeHaan A, Baldwin JL. Posterior medial meniscus detachment: a unique type of medial meniscal tear. J KNEE SURG. 2009;22(4):339-45.

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Jacques Menetrey, MD, PhD
Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sport Medicine, University Hospital of Geneva
Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva Switzerland
Director, Swiss Olympic Medical Center Hirslanden Clinique la Colline
Geneva, Switzerland

Dr. Menetrey is Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sport Medicine at the University Hospital of Geneva, Faculty of Medicine University of Geneva Switzerland, and Director of the Swiss Olympic Medical Center Hirslanden Clinique la Colline in Geneva. He accomplished his training at the University Hospital of Geneva and at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He was traveling fellow for the ESSKA and ASG. Though he specialized in knee surgery, he has also been interested in muscle injury and dedicated a good part of his research effort to muscle healing. He has numerous publications and has published a textbook entitled The Knee Joint: Surgical Techniques and Strategies. As team physician, Dr. Menetrey is the medical director of the Geneva Servette Hockey Club, Ballet du Grand Thêatre Geneva, has been the medical director of World Pro Tour IAMcycling team for four years, and has worked more than 15 years in alpine skiing for Swiss Ski Federation. Dr. Menetrey currently sits as 2nd Vice-President on the Board of the European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy (ESSKA) and as Treasurer on the Board of the Swiss Orthopaedic Surgery Society. During his spare time, as a former elite alpine skier, he still likes to do free alpine skiing, ski touring, cross-country skiing, and to ride all types of bikes.

Selected Published Work

Laumonier T, Menetrey J: Muscle injuries and strategies for improving their repair.
J Exp Orthop. 2016 Dec; 3 (1): 15. Review.

Vannini F, Spalding T, Andriolo L, Berruto M, Denti M, Espregueira-Mendes J, Menetrey J, Perreti GM, Seil R, Filardo G: Sports and early osteoarthritis: the role of sport in aetiology, progression and treatment of knee osteoarthritis. Knee Sports Traumatol Arthrosc, 2016.

Hulet C, Menetrey J, Beaufils P, Chambat P, Djian P, Hardy P, Potel JF, Servien E, Seil R, French Arthroscopy Society (SFA): Clinical and radiographic results of 89 arthroscopic lateral partial meniscectomies in stable knees with a minimum follow up of 20 years. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc, 2014 Sep 6.

Menetrey J, Putman S, Gard S: Return to sport after patellar dislocation or following surgery for patellofemoral instability. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc, 2014 (10) : 2320-2326.

Duthon VB, Charbonnier C, Kolo FC, Magnenat-Thalmann N, Becker CD, Hoffmeyer P, Menetrey J: Correlation of Clinical and MRI Findings in Hips of Elite Female Ballet Dancers. Arthroscopy, 2013, 29 : 411-419.

Laumonier T, Pradier A, Hoffmeyer P, Kindler V, Menetrey J: Low molecular weight dextran sulfate binds to human myoblasts and improves their survival after transplantation in mice. Cell Transplantation, 2013, (22): 1213-1226.

Laumonier T, Michel M, Gabbiani G, Hoffmeyer P, Bochaton-Piallat ML, Menetrey J: Autologous transplantation of culture-born myofibroblasts into intact and injured rabbit ligaments. Int Orthop, 2012, 36 (8): 1733-1738.

Charbonnier C, Kolo FC, Duthon VB, Magnenat-Thalmann N, Becker CD, Hoffmeyer P, Menetrey J: Assessment of congruence and impingement of the hip joint in professional ballet dancers: a motion capture study. Am J Sports Med. 2011 Mar; 39 (3): 557-66.

Engebretsen L, Steffen K, Alsousou J, Anitua E, Bachl N, Devilee R, Everts P, Hamilton B, Huard J, Jenoure P, Kelberine F, Kon E, Maffulli N, Matheson G, Mei-Dan O, Menetrey J, Philippon M, Randelli P, Schamasch P, Schwellnus M, Vernec A, Verrall G: IOC consensus paper on the use of platelet-rich plasma in sports medicine. Br J Sports Med. 2010 Dec; 44 (15): 1072-81.

Ménétrey J. Think biology! Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2010 Nov; 18 (11): 1443-4.

Ménétrey J, Laumonier T, Garavaglia G, Hoffmeyer P, Fritschy D, Gabbiani G, Bochaton-Piallat ML. alpha-Smooth muscle actin and TGF-beta receptor I expression in the healing rabbit medial collateral and anterior cruciate ligaments. Injury. 2010.

Ménétrey J, Unno-Veith F, Madry H, Van Breuseghem I. Epidemiology and imaging of the subchondral bone in articular cartilage repair. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2010 Apr; 18 (4): 463-71.

February Featured Editorial Board Members

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Edward G. McFarland, MD
The Wayne H Lewis Professor of Orthopaedic and Surgery
Co-Director Division of Shoulder Surgery

The John Hopkins University, School of Medicine
Baltimore, MD

Dr. McFarland is the Wayne H Lewis Professor of Shoulder Surgery and Director of the Division of Shoulder Surgery at The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. He began the Division of Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery at Hopkins in 1992 and the Division of Shoulder Surgery in 2002. He was a traveling fellow for the AOA, ASES, and AOSSM. He has over 180 publications and has published a book entitled Examination of the Shoulder: A Complete Guide. He is married with three girls age 13, 15, and 18. He is on the editorial board of the AJSM and has reviewed over 50 manuscripts for them over the years.

Selected Published Work

McFarland EG, Campbell G, McDowell J. Posterior Shoulder Laxity in Asymptomatic Athletes. American Journal Sports Medicine. 24: 468-471, 1996.

Weinberg J, Curl LA, McFarland EG. Posterior Capsular Avulsion in a College Football Player. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 27 (3): 235-237, March/April 1999.

Familiari F, Gonzalez-Zapata A, Ianno B, Galasso O, Gasparini G, McFarland EG. Is acromioplasty necessary in the setting of full-thickness rotator cuff tears? A systematic review. J Orthop Traumatol. May 24, 2015.

Bahk M, Keyurapan E, Tasaki A, Sauers EL, McFarland EG. Laxity testing of the shoulder: A review. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 35 (1): 131-44, Jan 2007.

Kilcoyne KG, Ebel BG, Bancells RL, Wilckens JH, McFarland EG. Epidemiology of injuries in major league baseball catchers. Am J Sports Med. 2015.

Freehill MT, Srikumaran U, Archer KR, McFarland EG, Petersen SA. The Latarjet coracoid transfer procedure: alterations in the neurovascular structures. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 22: 695-700, 2013.

Sherbondy PS, Queale WS, McFarland EG, Mizuno Y, Cosgarea AJ. Soleus and Gastrocnemius Muscle Loading Decreases Anterior Tibial Translation in Anterior Cruciate Intact and Deficient Knees. The American Journal of Sports Medicine. 16 (3): 152-8, July 2003.

Borade AU, Familiari F, Choi K, Joseph J, McFarland EG. Comparison of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty versus hemiarthroplasty for acute fractures of the proximal humerus: Systematic review. Punjab J Orthop. 2015, in press.

Yap J, Curl LA, Kvitne R, McFarland EG. Use of Weighted Views for AC Joint Injuries:  Results of a Survey. The American Journal of Sports Medicine, 27 (6): 806-809, November/December 1999.

McFarland EG, Borade A. Examination of the biceps tendon. Clin Sports Med. 35 (1): 29-45, 2016.

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Laura Timmerman, MD

Walnut Creek, CA

Dr. Laura Timmerman is an orthopaedic surgeon. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Neurobiology, and then from UC Davis School of Medicine. She completed an orthopaedic surgery residency at UC Davis in 1991. She then spent a year in Birmingham, Alabama with Dr. James Andrews and Dr. William Clancy in a Sports Medicine Fellowship. She was the Tuskegee team physician and was involved in the care of top level professional and college athletes. During this time, she developed a real interest in baseball and elbow injuries. She then returned to UC Davis, where she became an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and continued to specialize in Sports Medicine. She has 42 publications and over 100 scientific presentations. She has published several articles in AJSM on the UCL of the elbow and baseball injuries. She was a team physician for a professional soccer team, American River College, and UC Davis athletes. She was an orthopaedic physician for UC Berkeley from 1993-2001, where she cared for athletes in all sports and covered football games. She traveled to Finland and Canada with the USA Hockey women’s team. She has been taking care of the St. Mary’s College athletes for several years. She is now in private practice in her hometown of Walnut Creek, CA, where she specializes in Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy, and surgical treatment of the knee, shoulder, and elbow injures. She is busy raising her son and enjoys playing tennis.

Selected Published Work

Timmerman, L.A., Andrews, J.R. Arthroscopic Treatment of the Post-Traumatic Elbow Pain and Stiffness. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 22 (2):230-235. 1994.

Andrews, J.R., and Timmerman, L.A. Operative Elbow Arthroscopy, Injuries in Baseball. Raven Press. 245-252, 1998.

Timmerman, LA. Use of the Tightrope BTB for ACL Reconstruction, The Anterior Cruciate Ligament: Reconstruction and Basic Science, 2nd Ed. Elsevier. 2016, in press.

Marder, RA, Timmerman, LA. Patellar Tendon ruptures: primary repair without augmentation. Am J Sports Med. 27: 304-307, 1999.

Timmerman, L.A., Andrews, J.R. Undersurface Tear of the Ulnar Collateral Ligament in Baseball Players. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 22 (1): 33-36, 1994.

Timmerman, L.A., Andrews, J.R. Clinical Experience in Elbow Arthroscopy, Elbow Arthroscopy. St. Louis, C.V. Mosby Company. 1993.

Timmerman, LA:  Elbow Arthroscopy, Operative Orthopaedics, 4th Edition. Lippincott. 2014.

Timmerman, L.A., Andrews, J.R. Surgical Techniques of Mini-Open Rotator Cuff Repair, The Athlete’s Shoulder. New York, Churchill Livingston. 1993.

Timmerman, L.A., Schwartz, M.L., Andrews, J.R. Pre-Operative Evaluation of MRI and CT-Arthrography in 25 Baseball Players with Surgical Confirmation. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 22 (1): 26-32, 1994.

Marder, R.A., Hopkins, Jr, G., and Timmerman, L.A. Arthroscopic Microfracture of Chondral Defects of the Knee: A Comparison of Two Postoperative Treatments.  Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery. 21 (2): 152-158, 2005.

January Featured Editorial Board Members

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John Conway, MD

Medical Director, Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine
Orthopedic Specialty Associates

Fort Worth, TX

John Conway, M.D. completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic in Los Angeles, California in 1990 and has practiced at Orthopedic Specialty Associates in Fort Worth, Texas for more than 25 years; currently specializing in active life style and sports medicine, with an emphasis on upper and lower extremity sports medicine, baseball medicine, and complex shoulder and elbow reconstruction.

He is Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery, a Diplomat of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and a Fellow of both the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Surgeons. He an active member of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine and the Arthroscopy Association of North America.  He is also a founding member of the Council on Sports Medicine, as well as an emeritus member and past President of the Major League Baseball Team Physicians Association.

Dr. Conway served as the Team Physician for the Texas Rangers for thirteen years and is currently a Team Physician for Texas Christian University Baseball, the University of Texas at Arlington, and Justin Sports Medicine. He also serves as the system-wide Medical Director for Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine and is on the Editorial Board for the American Journal of Sports Medicine.  He has authored or co-authored more than 45 publications and given more than 200 international, national, regional and local presentations on sport medicine related topics.

He was awarded the James R Andrews Excellence in Baseball Sports Medicine Award from the American Sports Medicine Institute in 2010 and the Jack C Hughston Sports Physicians Award from the American Physical Therapy Association / SPTS in 2016.  He was also listed as one of the Top 20 North American Shoulder Surgeons in 2015, one of the Top 19 U.S. Sports Medicine Surgeons in 2013, in Best Doctors in America from 1996 – 2016, in Texas Super Doctors from 2004 – 2016, and in Top Docs Fort Worth from 2006 – 2016.

Selected Published Work

Meyer C, Garrison JC, Conway JE. Baseball Players with an Ulnar Collateral Ligament Tear Display Increased Non-dominant Arm Humeral Torsion Compared to Healthy Baseball PlayersAm J Sports Med.  Epub PreView Sept 2, 2016.

Lee BJ, Garrison JC, Conway JE, Pollard K, Aryal S. The Relationship Between Humeral Retrotorsion and Shoulder Range of Motion in Baseball Players with an Ulnar Collateral Ligament Tear. Orthop J Sport Med. 2016 Oct 10; 4 (10). eCollection 2016.

Taylor SA, Rumkumar PN, Fabricant PD, Dines JS, Gausden E, White A, Conway JE, O’Brien SJ. The Clinical Impact of Bicipital Tunnel Decompression During Long Head of the Biceps Tendon Surgery: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Arthroscopy. 2016; 32 (6): 1155-64.

Garrison JC, Johnston C, Conway JE. Baseball Players with Ulnar Collateral Ligament Tears Demonstrate Decreased Rotator Cuff Strength Compared to Healthy Controls. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2015; 10 (4): 1-6.

Noll S, Garrison JC, Bothwell J, Conway JE. Knee Extension Range of Motion at 4 Weeks is Related to Knee Extension Loss at 12 Weeks after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Orthop J Sports Med. 2015; 3 (5).

Hannon J, Garrison JC, Conway J, Lower Extremity Balance is Improved at Time of Return to Throwing in Baseball Players with an Ulnar Collateral Ligament Tear when Compared to Pre-operative Measurements. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2014: 9 (3): 356-64.

Garrison JC, Bothwell J, Cohen K, Conway J. Effects of Hip Strengthening on Early Outcomes Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Int J Spots Phys Ther. 2014; 9 (2): 157-67.

Hannon JP, Garrison JC, Conway JE. Residents Case Study: Deep Vein Thrombosis in a High School Baseball Pitcher Following Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2013; 8 (4): 472-481.

Garrison JC, Arnold A, Macko MJ, Conway JE. Baseball Players Diagnosed with Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries Demonstrate Decreased Balance Compared to Healthy Controls. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2013; 43 (10): 752-758.

Garrison JC, Cole MA, Conway JE, Macko MA, Thigpen C, Shanley E. Shoulder Range of Motion Deficits in Baseball Players with an Ulnar Collateral Ligament Tear. Am J Sports Med. 2012; 40 (11): 2597-603.

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Mark Grabiner
Mark Grabiner, PhD
Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, Illinois

Mark Grabiner is a professor in Kinesiology & Nutrition, a professor in the Department of Bioengineering, and an Associate Vice-Chancellor for research and Research Integrity Officer at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  He is the founder and director of the Clinical Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Laboratory. Dr. Grabiner earned his doctorate from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and served on the faculty at the University of Southern California in the Department of Exercise Science, and then at The Cleveland Clinic in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, before joining UIC in 2001.  He has published over 135 refereed publications and has contributed to 10 books.  His interdisciplinary research involves characterizing the modifiable mechanisms underlying falls and injuries by older adults and translating these findings to the design, development, and deployment of clinically-relevant technologies and interventions.  During the course of his career, the research to which he contributed has received more than $20 million in extramural funding.  He is a fellow of the American Society of Biomechanics, the Gerontological Society of America, the American College of Sports Medicine, and the American Academy of Kinesiology.  He has served as the president of the American Society of Biomechanics, as a member of the executive Council of the International Society of Biomechanics, and as a member of the World Council on Biomechanics.

Selected Published Work

Honeycutt CF, Nevisipur M, Grabiner MD. Characteristics and adaptive strategies linked with falls in stroke survivors from analysis of laboratory-induced falls. Journal of Biomechanics, in press.

Pater ML, Rosenblatt NJ, Grabiner MD. Knee osteoarthritis negatively affects the recovery step following large forward-directed postural perturbations. Journal of Biomechanics. 2016; 49: 1128-1133.

Rosenblatt NJ, Hurt CP, Latash ML, Grabiner MD. Challenging gait leads to stronger lower-limb kinematic synergies: the effects of walking within a more narrow pathway. Neuroscience Letters. 2015; 600: 110-114.

Hurt CP, Grabiner MD. Age-related differences in the maintenance of frontal plane dynamic stability while stepping to targets. Journal of Biomechanics. 2015; 48: 592-597.

Pater ML, Rosenblatt NJ, Grabiner MD. Expectation of an upcoming large postural perturbation influences the recovery stepping response and outcome. Gait and Posture. 2015; 41: 335-337.

Kaufman KR, Wyatt, MP, Sessoms PH, Grabiner MD. Task-specific fall prevention training is effective for warfighters with transtibial amputations. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. 2014; 472: 3076-3084.

Crenshaw JR, Grabiner MD. The influence of age on the thresholds of compensatory stepping and dynamic stability maintenance. Gait Posture. 2014; 40: 363-368.

Grabiner MD, Crenshaw JR, Hurt CP, Rosenblatt NJ, Troy KL. Exercise-based fall prevention: can you be a bit more specific? Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 2014; 42: 161-168.

Rosenblatt NJ, Marone J, Grabiner MD. Preventing trip-related falls by community-dwelling adults: a prospective study. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2013; 61: 1629-1631.

Crenshaw JR, Kaufman KR, Grabiner MD. Compensatory-step training of healthy, mobile people with unilateral, transfemoral or knee disarticulation amputations: A potential intervention for trip-related falls. Gait Posture. 2013; 38: 500-506.

December Featured Editorial Board Members

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Dr. Keith Kenter, MD

Professor and Chair of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, Michigan

Dr. Keith Kenter, MD is Professor and Chair of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  He was recently Professor and Vice Chair of Academic Affairs with the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine at the University of Cincinnati.  While in Cincinnati he held secondary appointments with the Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation within the Department of Neurology and with the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Cincinnati, School of Engineering.  Dr. Kenter completed his medical school education at the University of Missouri-Columbia.  His orthopaedic internship and residency was at Duke University Medical Center and then he completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine and Shoulder Reconstruction at The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.

Dr. Kenter has remained dedicated to the education of medical students and residents.  He remained as Orthopaedic Resident Director over 10 years while at the University of Cincinnati.  He has been given annual teaching excellence awards by his residents from both the University of Missouri and the University of Cincinnati.  He was also recognized by receiving the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching while at the University of Cincinnati.  He was the founding Chair of the Council of Orthopaedic Resident Directors (CORD) and is past Chair of the Emerging Leaders Program both housed within the American Orthopaedic Association.  He remains active with AOSSM and has held committee positions and has been elected to the Council of Delegates for both the states of Ohio and Michigan.  He was awarded the AOSSM traveling fellowship to South America in 2005.  He been on the Editorial Board for AJSM since 2011 and is a principle reviewer for several orthopaedic journals.

Dr. Kenter’s research interests are the basic science of soft tissue healing and the incorporation of tendon healing to bone and has been a part of NIH-funded research while at the University of Cincinnati.  He has helped develop animal models to evaluate tendon healing and has investigated the basic science of tendon degeneration.  He has lectured nationally and internationally on this basic science data.  Clinically, he enjoys shoulder reconstruction surgery and the care of athletes.  He has been recognized as a national Top Doc for several consecutive years and, in 2013, one of the top 28 shoulder surgeons in North America based on his educational programs as it relates to the shoulder.

He is married to Patricia (Patty) and has three children: Madeline, Charlotte, and Mitchell.  He enjoys traveling, international cooking, and is a former junior-level ice hockey defenseman.

Selected Published Work

Litner S, Levy A, Kenter K, and Speer K: Glenohumeral Translation in the Asymptomatic Athlete’s Shoulder and Its Relationship to Other Clinically Measurable Anthropometric Variables. Am J Sports Med, 24:716, 1996

Levy A, Lintner S, Kenter K, Speer K: Intra- and Interobserver Reproducibility of the Shoulder Laxity ExaminationAm J Sports Med, 27(4): 460-3,  August 1999

Kenter K, Behr CT, Warren RF, O’Brien SJ, Barnes R: Acute Elbow Injuries in the National Football League.  J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 9(1):1-5, 2000

Fealy S, Kenter K, Dines JS, Warren RF: Mucoid Degeneration of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament.  Arthroscopy, 17(9):E37, 2002

Jordan LK, Kenter K, Griffiths H: The Relationship Between MRI and Clinical Findings in the Acromioclavicular Joint.   Journal of Skeletal Radiology, 31(9):516-21, 2002

Ray A, Kuroki K, Cook JL, Bal BS, Kenter K, Aust G, Ray BK: Induction of Matrix Metalloproteinase-1 Gene Expression is Regulated by Inflammation-Responsive Transcription Factor SAF-1 in Osteoarthritis. Arthritis & Rheumatism 48(1):134-45, 2003

Conroy BP, Gray BC, Fischer RB, Del Campo LJ, Kenter K: Interscalene Block for Elective Shoulder Surgery. Orthopaedics, 26(5):501-503, 2003

Tobias JD, DelCamo L, Kenter K, Groeper K, Gray B, Edwards J: Changes in Transcutaneous Carbon Dioxide, Oxygen Saturation, and Respiratory Rate after Interscalene Block. Southern Medical Journal 97(1):21-24, 2004

Cook JL, Marberry K, Kuroki K, Kenter K: Assessment of cellular, biochemical, and histological effects of bipolar radiofrequency treatment of canine articular cartilage.  Am Journal Vet Research, 65(5):604-609, 2004

Cook JL, Kuroki K, Kenter K, et al: Bipolar and Monopolar Radiofrequency Treatment of Osteoarthritic Knee Articular Cartilage: Acute and Temporal Effects on Cartilage Compressive Stiffness, Permeability, Cell Synthesis, and Extracellular Matrix Composition.  Journal Knee Surgery, 17:99-108, 2004

Shearn J, Kinneberg K, Dyment N, Galloway M, Kenter K, Wylie C, Butler D: Tendon Tissue Engineering: Progress, Challenges, and Translation to the Clinic. Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions, 11(2):163-173, 2011

Dyment NA, Kazemi N, Aschbacher LE, Brathelery NJ, Kenter K, Gooch C, Shearn JT, Wylie C, Butler DL: The Relationships among Spatiotemporal Collagen Gene Expression, Histology, and Biomechanics following Full-Length Injury in the Murine Patellar Tendon. J Ortho Res, 30(1):28-36, 2012

Hendry D, Ingalls J, Gorman D, Wissman R, Kenter K: Cysts Within and Adjacent to the Lesser Tuberosity: Correlation with shoulder arthroscopy. Skeletal Radiology, 41(9):1105-10; 2012

Wissman R, Ingall J, Radhakrishnan R, Nepute J, Von Fischer N, Hendry D, Kenter K: The Trochlear Cleft: The “black line” of the trochlear trough.  Skeletal Radiology 41(9):1121-26; 2012

Stachowicz RZ, Romanowski J, Wissman R, Kenter K: Percutaneous Balloon Humeroplasty for Hill-Sachs Lesions: A novel technique.  J Shoulder Elbow Surg 9:7-13, 2013

Dyment NA, Lui CF, Kazemi N, Aschbacher-Smith LE, Kenter K, Breidenbach, AP, Shearn JT, Wylie C, Rowe DW, Butler DL: The Paratenon Contributes To Scleraxis-Expressing Cells During Patellar Tendon Healing. PLOS ONE 1371; March 26, 2013

Chaubey A, Grawe B, Meganck J, Dyment N, Inzana J, Jiang X, Connolley C, Awad H, Rowe D, Kenter K, Goldstein S, Butler D:  Structural and Biomechanical Responses of Osseous Healing: A Novel Murine Nonunion Model.  J Orthop Traumatol, Online August 30, 2013

Li X, Kenter K, Newman A, O’Brien SJ: Allergy/Hypersensitivity Reactions as a Predisposing Factor to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome I in Orthopaedic Patients. Orthopedics 37:286-91, 2014

Gilday SD, Casstevens EC, Kenter K, Shearn JT, Butler, DL: Murine Patella Tendon Biomechanics Properties and Regional Strain Patterns During Natural Tendon-to-Bone Healing after Acute Injury.  J Biomechanics 47(9):2035-42, 2014

Kenter K: After the Bone and Joint Decade:  It is still time to educate on the musculoskeletal system.  Commentary on an article by James D. Wylie, MD, MHS, et al.: “Physician Provider Type Influences Utilization and Diagnostic Utility of Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Knee”, J Bone Joint Surg Am 97(1):e6, 2015

Lalley AL, Dyment NA, Kazemi N, Kenter K, Gooch C, Rowe DW, Butler DL, Shearn JT: Improved Biomechanical and Biological Outcomes in the MRL/MpJ Murine Strain Following a Full-Length Patellar Tendon Injury. J Orthop Research 33(11):1693-1703, 2015

Mehta K, Wissman R, England E, d’Heurle A, Newton K, Kenter K:  Superolateral Hoffa’s Fat Pad Edema in Collegiate Volleyball Players. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 39(6):945-50, 2015

Ames SE, Cowen JB, Kenter K, Emery S, Hasley D:  Burnout in Orthopaedic Surgeons:  A challenge for leaders, learners, and colleagues.  JBJS (Am), 2016 (in press)

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John W Orchard MD, PhD, FACSM, FACSEP
Chief Medical Officer, Cricket Australia 
Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health, University of Sydney
Sydney, Australia

John Orchard is an Australian non-surgical Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician with a combination career in professional sport and sports administration, clinical sports medicine practice and research. His main area of clinical specialisation is in muscle and tendon injuries of the lower limb. In research, he has an Adjunct Professor appointment through the School of Public Health at the University of Sydney, with general research stream being sports injury epidemiology and prevention and over 100 publications. He was the Chief Medical Officer for the 2015 Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, was head of medical services for Baseball at the Sydney Olympics 2000, and has 20 years of experience working in various professional football codes. He has been a world leader in the topics of Local Anesthetic painkiller safety in professional sport and the relationship between ground/turf conditions and injury (including ACL injury) in football. He maintained the Australian Football League injury database for 23 years (1992-2014) and provides ongoing injury surveillance services for Cricket Australia. He has a Certificate in Clinician Performed Ultrasound (CCPU) in the Musculoskeletal stream through the Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM). He has been on the Editorial board for both the American Journal of Sports Medicine and British Journal of Sports Medicine for the past decade.

Selected Published Work

Orchard JW, Powell JW. “Risk of knee and ankle sprains under various weather conditions in American football.” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2003 Jul; 35(7): 1118-23. Abstract

Orchard JW. “Intrinsic and extrinsic risk factors for muscle strains in Australian football.” American Journal of Sports Medicine 2001 May-Jun; 29(3): 300-3.

Orchard J, Steet E, Massey A, Dan S, Gardiner B, Ibrahim A. “Long-Term Safety of Using Local Anesthetic Injections in Professional Rugby League.” American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2010; 38: 2259-66.

Orchard JW, Waldén M, Hägglund M, Orchard JJ, Chivers I, Seward H, Ekstrand J. “Comparison of injury incidences between football teams playing in different climatic regions.” Open Access J Sports Med. 2013; 4: 251–260. Full text

Orchard J, Blanch P, Paoloni J, Kountouris A, Sims K, Orchard J, Brukner P. “Cricket fast bowling workload patterns as risk factors for tendon, muscle, bone and joint injuries.” British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2015; 49(16), 1064-1068. Abstract

Orchard J, Seward H, Orchard J. “Results of 2 Decades of Injury Surveillance and Public Release of Data in the Australian Football League.” American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2013; 41(4): 734-741.

Further publications are available at: http://sydney.edu.au/medicine/people/academics/profiles/john.orchard.php
http://www.johnorchard.com/journal-publications.html

November Featured Editorial Board Members

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 Kyle Anderson, MD
 Head Team Physician and Orthopaedic Surgeon,  Detroit Lions
 Fellowship Director in Sports Medicine,  Beaumont Hospital
 Detroit, Michigan

 

Kyle Anderson received his BS from the University of Michigan in  1987, his MD from the University of Michigan from 1988-1993, and completed his residency at Northwestern University from 1993-1998.  He held a  Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery in 1999.

Kyle Anderson MD has been Team Orthopaedic Surgeon for the Detroit Lions for 16 years. He serves as a Fellowship Director in Sports Medicine at Beaumont Hospital. He is also Associate Professor at the Oakland University/William Beaumont School of Medicine.  He has also served as a tem physician for the Detroit Tigers for 7 years and surgical consultant for the Detroit Red Wings for 6 years. He has authored over 50 publications and book chapters.  He has been voted a “Top Doctor” in the area by his physician peers nearly every year in practice. He specializes in both arthroscopic and open surgery for athletic injuries of the shoulder, elbow, and knee. During his collegiate years, Dr Anderson lettered in football at the University of Michigan under the legendary Coach Bo Schembechler.

Selected Published Work

2014 Pifer M, Mearz T, Baker T, Anderson K: “Matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) Content and Activity in Low-Platelet, Low-Leukocyte and High-Platelet, High-Leukocyte Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and the Biologic Response to PRP by Human Ligament Fibroblasts.” Am J Sports Med 42(3), March 2014

2013 Lynch JL, Maerz T, Baker K, Andersn K” “ The Graftlink UCL Reconstruction: Biomechanical comparison to the Docking Technique in both Kinematcs and Failure Tests” Am J Sports Med 2013

2009 Hurbanek JG, Anderson K, Crabtree S, Karnes GJ: “Biomechanical comparison of the docking technique with and without humeral bioabsorbable interference screw fixation” Am J Sports Med 2009 Mar;37(3):526-33.

2007 Hurbanek J, Anderson K, Kaatz S, Shepard A, Workings M, Rand K: “Ulnar Deep Venous Thrombosis in a Professional Baseball Pitcher.  A Case Report.” Am J Sports Med 2007. Vol 35, No. 12. pp. 2131-2134.

2006 Anderson K, Boothby M, Aschenbrener D, Van Holsbeeck M: “Outcome and Structural Integrity After Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair Using Two Rows of Fixation: Minimum 2-year Follow-up” American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vlo 34(12): 1899-1905, 2006

2004 Kooima CL, Anderson K, Teeter D, Craig JV, van Holsbeeck M: “Subclinical Evidence of Medial Collateral Ligament Injury and Posteromedial Impingement in Professional Baseball Players”. American Journal of Sports Medicine Vol 32(7): 1602-6, 2004

2004 Tashman S, Collon DJ, Anderson K, Kolowich P: “Abnormal Rotational Knee Motion after ACL Reconstruction”. American Journal Sports Medicine  Vol 32(4): 975-983, 2004

2002 Anderson K, Warren RF, Altchek DW, Craig EV, O’Brien SJ: “Risk Factors for Early Failure after Thermal Capsulorrhaphy” American Journal of Sports Medicine Vol 30(1): 103-111, Jan/Feb 2002

2001 Anderson K, Seneviratne A, Izawa K, Atkinson B, Potter H, Rodeo S: “Augmentation of Tendon Graft-to-Bone Healing using a Bone Growth Factor.” American Journal of Sports Medicine Vol. 29(6):689-698, 2001

2001 Anderson K, Strickland S, Warren RF: “Current Concepts Review: Hip Injuries In the Athlete” American Journal of Sports Medicine 29(4):521-533, 2001

1999 Cummins C, Bowen MK, Anderson K, Messer T: “Suprascapular Nerve Injury in a Professional Baseball Player.” Am J Sports Med Vol. 27(6): 810-813

1992 Anderson K, Wojtys EM, Loubert PV, Miller RE:”A Biomechanical Evaluation of Taping and Bracing in Reducing Knee Joint Translation and Rotation” Am J Sports Med Vol. 20(4) July/Aug.

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Daniel Latt, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Biomedical Engineering
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ

Dr. Latt earned his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in 2002. He then completed residency training in orthopaedic surgery at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He has fellowship training in sports medicine from Kaiser San Diego, and foot and ankle surgery from Duke University.

Dr. Latt specializes in the care of athletic injuries of the shoulder, knee, ankle and foot. He is particularly interested in complex lower extremity reconstruction and realignment, cartilage injuries, patellofemoral disorders, degenerative disorders of tendon and arthroscopy of the ankle, knee and shoulder. He has a special interest in dance medicine and is the medical director of the dance medicine clinic at the University of Arizona.

In addition to his medical degree, Dr. Latt earned a PhD in bioengineering form the University of Pittsburgh. He has experience in both human movement analysis and joint biomechanics. His current research interests include the development of ultrasound for the functional imaging of tendons, the study of joint contact pressures in the ankle and the patellofemoral joints, the study of the viscoelastic properties of bone, and the use patient reported outcomes following lower extremity surgery.

Dr. Latt has served in a number of leadership roles in professional societies through which he has sought to improve the evidence base for orthopaedic care by increasing the quantity and quality of orthopaedic research performed. He is currently the chair of the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society Research Committee and a member of the managerial board of the Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Research Network.  He is the also the vice chair of the AAOS Board of Specialty Societies Research Committee.

Dr. Latt is also very committed to improving orthopaedic research through medical publishing. He is a long time reviewer for both sports medicine and foot and ankle journals (AJSM, OJSM, FAI, CORR, and FAS), he has been on the editorial board of the Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine since its inception, and in 2016, he became the founding editor of Foot & Ankle Orthopaedics, the online open access sister journal to Foot & Ankle International.

Selected Published Work

Latt LD, Glisson RR, Montijo HE, Usuelli FG, Easley ME. Effect of Graft Height
Mismatch on Contact Pressures with Osteochondral Grafting of the Talus. Am J Sports Med. 2011;39(12):2662-2669.

Hung M, Baumhauer JF, Brodsky JW, Cheng C, Ellis SJ, Franklin JD, Hon SD, Ishikawa SN, Latt LD, Phisitkul P, Saltzman CL, SooHoo NF, Hunt KJ, OFAR. Psychometric Comparison of the PROMIS Physical Function CAT With the FAAM and FFI for Measuring Patient-Reported Outcomes. Foot Ankle Int 2014; 35(6):592-599.

Hunt KJ, Alexander I, Baumhauer J, Brodsky J, Chiodo C, Daniels T, Davis WH, Deland J, Ellis S, Hung M, Ishikawa SN, Latt LD, Phisitkul P, SooHoo NF, Yang A, Saltzman CL, OFAR. The Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Outcomes Research (OFAR) network: feasibility of a multicenter network for patient outcomes assessment in foot and ankle. Foot Ankle Int. 2014;35:847-854.

Latt LD, Glisson RR, Adams SB, Schuh R, Narron JA, Easley ME. Biomechanical Comparison of External Fixation and Compression Screws for Transverse Tarsal Joint Arthrodesis. Foot Ankle Int. 2015 doi:10.1177/1071100715589083.

Latt LD, Smith K, Dupont, K. Revision Tibiotalocalcaneal Arthrodesis with a Pseudoelastic Intramedullary Nail. Manuscript ID FAS-2015-09-101 submitted to Foot and Ankle Specialist September 13, 2015. Accepted for publication March 27, 2016.