David Parker

David Parker

  • Alternate Email Address:
  • parkeradmin@sydneyortho.com.au
  • Country:
  • Australia
  • Address:
  • Level 1, 445 Victoria Ave, Chatswood SydneyAustralia
  • Postal Code:
  • 2067
  • Phone:
  • +61 2 9411 7700
  • Fax:
  • +61 2 9411 7799
Biography:

Dr Parker is a nationally and internationally recognized Specialist in disorders and surgery of the knee joint. He has particular interests in sports injuries, ligament reconstruction, realignment surgery and cartilage pathology, and knee replacement surgery. He completed his orthopaedic training in Sydney, followed by overseas post-doctoral fellowships for 2 years in world-renowned institutions to further his knowledge and training in the area of knee surgery. This involved studying knee replacement with leading surgeons Dr Cec Rorabeck and Dr Bob Bourne in London, Ontario, followed by one year studying sports medicine and knee reconstructive surgery under the supervision of Dr Peter Fowler at the Fowler Kennedy Centre, also in London, Ontario. He then spent time visiting other Centres of excellence in knee surgery in cities in Europe and Scandinavia including Lyon, France, and Stockholm, Sweden. On return to Australia, he began practice in Sydney in 2001, specialising exclusively in disorders of the knee joint, with Visiting Medical Officer appointments at the Royal North Shore Hospital, North Shore Private Hospital and the Mater Private Hospital He was co-founder of the Sydney Orthopaedic Research Institute in 2002, and has built up an extensive research portfolio with major strengths in knee surgery which is recognized nationally and internationally. He has a strong publication record and is a regular invited speaker at national and international Orthopaedic Conferences and symposia. He is currently involved in a range of projects concerned with improving the understanding of knee pathology, assessing and improving the outcomes of knee surgery, and studying the development and evaluations of new surgical procedures and technologies. Examples of specific areas of research include computer navigated surgery designed to enhance longevity of the prosthesis and optimize patient outcomes, realignment surgery as a treatment for younger patients with arthritis, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, patellofemoral pathology, cartilage regeneration procedures, and complex multiligament injuries of the knee joint. Dr Parker is actively involved in a number of international orthopaedic and sports medicine organisations, including being 2nd Vice-President of ISAKOS (International Society for Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery, and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine), Past President of APKASS (Asia Pacific Knee & Arthroscopic Surgery Society), and a board member of the ACL Study Group. He has made a significant contribution to improvement of knee surgery with effective translation of his research and clinical skills and knowledge to different parts of the World with regular engagement in presentations and workshops.

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PUBLICATIONS
Textbook Chapters
Parker DA, Oshima T and Klasan A. Medial Meniscus Root Tear. In Knee Arthroscopy – A Case Repository. Editors Tapasvi S and Shekhar A. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers. In press, due 2019.
Scholes C and Parker DA. Nonoperative Treatment Options for Knee Osteoarthritis. In Management of Osteoarthritis of the Knee in the Younger, Active Patient. Publisher Springer 2016
Mhaskar V and Parker DA. Surgical Technique- basic concepts including surgical approaches. In Total Knee Arthroplasty – A Comprehensive Guide. Editors E Carlos Rodriguez-Merchan and Sam Oussedik. Publisher Springer 2015
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Appropriate Use Criteria for ACL Injury Prevention Programs. http://www.aaos.org/research/Appropriate_Use/aclaucprevention.pdf Published October 2, 2015.
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Appropriate Use Criteria for the Treatment of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury. http://www.aaos.org/research/Appropriate_Use/aclauctreatment.pdf Published October 2, 2015
Parker DA and Dewall M, Revision Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Indications & Technique In Practice of Arthroscopic Surgery, Editors KM Chan et al, Publishers Peoples Medical Publishing House, 2009
Parker DA, Trivett AJ and Amendola A, Techniques in High Tibial Osteotomy in Osteoarthritis of the Knee, Editors M Bonnin and P. Chambat, Publishers Springer Verlag. 2008
Parker DA, Sports Medicine, In ICSSPE Directory of Sports Science, 5th Edition, Editor J Borms, 2008.
Trivett AJ, Parker DA and Amendola A, Medial Opening Wedge Tibial Osteotomy In Sports Injuries of the Knee: Surgical Approaches Editors Simonian, Cole and Bach, Publishers Thieme, 2006
Parker DA, Tsigaras H and Rorabeck CH, Surgical Exposure for Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty In The Adult Knee, Editors Callaghan JJ et al, Publishers Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Jan, 2003
Parker DA and Rorabeck CH, Criteria for Implant Selection in Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty: A North American Perspective In Controversies in Hip Surgery, Editor RB Bourne, Publishers Oxford University Press, March 2003

Textbook & Journal Editor
Management of Osteoarthritis of the Knee in the Younger, Active Patient. Publishers Springer 2016
Guest Editor for 2 Supplementary Editions of ARTHROSCOPY Journal: “Biologics in Orthopaedics”, April 2015

Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals (75)
Parker DA. A Cautionary Note for Advocates of “Constitutional” or “Kinematic” Alignment: Commentary on an article by Koen T. van Hamersveld, MD, et al.: “The Effect of Coronal Alignment on Tibial Component Migration Following Total Knee Arthroplasty. A Cohort Study with Long-Term Radiostereometric Analysis Results”. JBJS-A 101 (13). July 3, 2019.

Twiggs JG, Wakelin EA, Fritsch BA, Liu DW, Solomon MI, Parker DA, Klasan A and Miles BP. Clinical and statistical validation of a probabilistic prediction tool of total knee arthroplasty outcome. J Arthroplasty. 2019 Jun 13. ( epub ahead of print )
Putnis S, Neri T, Grasso S, Linklater J, Fritsch B and Parker D. ACL hamstring grafts fixed using adjustable cortical suspension in both the femur and tibia demonstrate healing and integration on MRI at one year. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2019 June 17 ( epub ahead of print )
Klasan A, Putnis SE, Yeo WW, Fritsch BA, Coolican MRJ and Parker DA. Advanced age is not a barrier to total knee arthroplasty: a detailed analysis of outcomes and complications in an elderly cohort compared with average age total knee arthroplasty patients. J Arthroplasty. 2019 May 9 ( epub ahead of print )
Oshima T, Leie M, Grasso S and Parker DA. Relationship between anterior cruciate ligament and anterolateral meniscal root bony attachment: High resolution 3-T MRI analysis. Knee 2019 Jun; 26 (3): 537-544
Neri T, Parker DA, Putnis S, Klasan A, Trombert-Paviot B, Farizon F, and Philippot R. Clinical and Radiological Predictors of Functional Outcome after Isolated Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction at Mid-term Follow-up. Am J Sports Med. 2019, Apr 3 ( epub ahead of print )
Neri T, Myat D and Parker DA. The use of navigation in osteotomies around the knee. Clin Sports Med 2019 ( Article in Press )
Neri T, Myat D, Beach A, and Parker DA. Multiligament Knee Injury: Injury Patterns, Outcomes and Gait Analysis. Clin Sports Med. 2019 Apr; 38(2): 235-246.
Neri T, Testa R, Laurendon L, Dehon M, Putnis S,Grasso S, Parker DA, Farizon F and Philippot R. Determining the change in length of the anterolateral ligament during knee motion: A three dimensional optoelectronic analysis. Clin Biomech. 2019 Feb; 62:86-92.
Neri T, Parker DA, Beach A, Gensac C, Boyer B, Farizon F and Philippot R. Medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction with or without tibial tubercle transfer is an effective treatment for patellofemoral instability. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2019 Mar; 27(3): 805-813
Chahla J, Murray IR, Robinson J, Lagae K, Margheritini F, Fritsch B, Leyes M, Barenius B, Pujol N, Engebretsen L, Lind M, Cohen M, Maestu R, Getgood A, Ferrer G, Villascusa S, Uchida S, Levy BA, Von Bormann R, Brown C, Menetrey J, Hantes M, Lording T, Samuelsson K, Frosch KH, Monllau JC, Parker D, LaPrade RF, Gelber PE. Posterolateral corner of the Knee: an expert consensus statement on diagnosis, classification, treatment, and rehabilitation. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2018 Nov 26 ( epub ahead of print )
Lewis PL, Graves SE, Cuthbert A, Parker D and Myers P. What is the risk of repeat revision when patellofemoral replacement is revised to TKA? An analysis of 482 cases from a large national arthroplasty registry. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2018 Oct 30 ( epub ahead of print )
Neri T, Parker DA, Beach A, Boyer B, Farizon F and Philippot R. Anterolateral ligament of the knee: What we know about its anatomy, histology, biomechanical properties and function. Surg Technol Int 2018 Jul 5;33 ( epub ahead of print )
Parker DA, Scholes C, and Neri T. Non-operative treatment options for knee osteoarthritis: current concepts. J of ISAKOS. Apr 2018
Hodges A, Hamer AR, Dennis S, Nairn L, March L, Crawford R, Parker D and Fransen M. Prevalence and determinants of physical activity and sedentary behavior before and up to 12 months after total knee replacement: a longitudinal cohort study. Clin Rehabil 2018; April 1 ( epub ahead of print )
Grasso S, Linklater J, Li Q and Parker DA. Validation of an MRI protocol for routine quantitative assessment of tunnel position in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Am J Sports Med 2018 Jun 46(7): 1624 – 1631.
Wong EH, Oh LJ and Parker DA. Outcomes of primary total knee arthroplasty in patients with Parkinson’s disease. J Arthroplasty 2018 Jun; 33(6): 1745 – 1748.
Wong E, Nguyen CL, Park S and Parker D. Simultaneous, same anaesthetic bilateral total knee arthroplasty has low mortality and complication rates. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 2018 Mar 24 ( epub ahead of print )
Figueroa F, Mhaskar V, Scholes C, Pearlman A, Coolican M, Parker DA and Fritsch B. Symptomatic relief in medial opening wedge high tibial osteotomies for the treatment of knee osteoarthritis is influenced by concurrent procedures and preoperative pain level. J of ISAKOS Jan 2018 3 (1): 8-16.
Figueroa F, Parker DA, Fritsch B and Oussedik S. New and evolving technologies for knee arthroplasty – computer navigation and robotics: state of the art. J of ISAKOS. Jan 2018 3 (1): 46-54.
Dhurve K, Scholes C, El-Tawil S, Shaikh A, Weng LK, Levin K, Parker D and Coolican M. Knee 2017 Aug; 24(4): 856-862.
Stone JA, Salzler MJ, Parker DA, Becker R and Harner CD. Degenerative meniscus tears – assimilation of evidence and consensus statements across three continents: state of the art. J of ISAKOS. Mar 2017 2(2): 108 – 119.
Zheng K, Scholes CJ, Chen J, Parker D and Li Q. Multiobjective optimization of cartilage stress for non-invasive, patient-specific recommendations of high tibial osteotomy correction angle – a novel method to investigate alignment correction. Med Eng Phys. 2017 Feb 13 (Epub ahead of print)
Lekkas C, Clarnette R, Graves SE, Rainbird S, Parker D, Lorimer M, Paterson R, Roe J, Morris H, Feller JA, Annear P, Forster B and Hayes D. Feasibility of establishing an Australian ACL registry: a pilot study by the Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry (AOANJRR). Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2017 Feb 14. (Epub ahead of print)
Fransen M, Nairn L, Bridgett L, Crosbie J, March L, Parker D, Crawford R and Harmer AR. Post-Acute Rehabilitation after Total Knee Replacement: A Multicenter Randomized Clinical Trial comparing long-term outcomes. Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken). 2017 Feb;69(2):192-200.
An VV, Scholes C, Mhaskar VA, Hadden W, and Parker DA. Limitations in predicting outcome following primary ACL reconstruction with single-bundle hamstring autograft – A systematic review. Knee. 2016, Dec (epub ahead of print)
El-Tawil S, Arendt E and Parker DA. Position statement: the epidemiology, pathogenesis, and rsik factors of osteoarthritis of the knee. J of ISAKOS. Jul 2016 1 (4): 219-228.
Scholes CJ, Lynch JT, Ebrahimi M, Fritsch BA, and Parker DA. Gait adaptations following multiple-ligament knee reconstruction occur with altered knee kinematics during level walking. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2016 Apr 16 (epub ahead of print)
Hodges A, Harmer AR, Dennis S, Nairn L, Crosbie J, Crawford R, Parker DA, and Fransen M. Prevalence and determinants of fatigue following total knee replacement: A longitudinal cohort study. Arthritis Care Res ( Hoboken ) 2016 Oct; 68 (10): 1434-42.
Dahabreh Z, Scholes CJ, Giuffre B, Coolican MR and Parker DA. Lack of agreement between computer navigation and postoperative 2-Dimensional computed tomography (CT) measurements for component and limb alignment in total knee arthroplasty (TKA). KNEE 2015 August 14 (epub ahead of print)
Parker DA ISAKOS Knee Committee: Biologics in Orthopaedics. ARTHROSCOPY. 2015 Apr; 31(4):714
Collins DJ, Khatib YH, Parker DA, Jenkin DE and Molnar RB. Tibial rotation kinematics subsequent to knee arthroplasty. J ORTHOP. 2015 Jan 30; 12(1):7-10
Oussedik S, Tsitskaris K and Parker DA Treatment of Articular Cartilage Defects of the Knee by Microfracture or Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation: A Systematic Review. ARTHROSCOPY. 2015 Apr; 31(4):732-744
Han A, Nairn L, Harmer A, Crosbie J,March L, Parker D, Crawford R and Fransen M. Early Rehabilitation after Total Knee Replacement Surgery: A Multicentre, Noninferiority, Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing a Home Exercise Program with Usual Outpatient Care. ARTHRiTIS CARE & RESEARCH. 67 (2): 196-202
Negus JJ, Cawthorne DP, Chen JS, Scholes CJ, Parker DA & March LM. Patient outcomes using Wii-enhanced rehabilitation after total knee replacement – the TKR-POWER study. CONTEMP CLIN TRIALS 2014 Nov 12: 40C:47-53.
Scholes C, Sahni V, Lustig S, Parker DA, & Coolican MRJ, Patient-specific instrumentation for total knee arthroplasty does not match the pre-operative plan as assessed by intra-operative computer-assisted navigation, KNEE SURG SPORTS TRAUMATOL ARTHROSC. 2014: 22(3), 660-665.
Chan EY, Fransen M, Parker DA, Assam PN & Chua N, Femoral nerve blocks for acute postoperative pain after knee replacement surgery, COCHRANE DATABASE SYST REV, 2014 May 13;5: CD009941 (Epub ahead of print).
Getgood A, Collins B, Slynarski K, Kurowska E, Parker D, Engebretson L, Macdonald PB & Litchfield R. Short-term efficacy of a novel high tibial osteotomy system: a case controlled study. KNEE SURG SPORTS TRAUMATOL ARTHROSC 2013 Jan; 21(1): 260-9.
Costa AJ, Lustig S, Scholes CJ, Balestro JC, Fatima M, & Parker DA. Can tibial coverage in total knee replacement be reliably evaluated with three-dimensional image-based digital templating?, BONE JOINT RES. 2013. 2(1), 1-8.
Lustig S, Scholes CJ, Oussedik S, Tam S, Dabirrahmani D, Appleyard R, & Parker DA. A Comparison of the Temperature Rise Generated in Bone by the Use of a Standard Oscillating Saw Blade and the “Precision” Saw Blade, J MED DEVICES. 2013. 7(2), 021006-021006.
Lustig S, Scholes CJ, Costa AJ, Coolican MRJ, & Parker DA. Different changes in slope between the medial and lateral tibial plateau after open-wedge high tibial osteotomy, KNEE SURG SPORTS TRAUMATOL ARTHROSC. 2013. 21(1), 32-38.
Lustig S, Scholes CJ, Balestro JC, & Parker DA. In vivo assessment of weight-bearing knee flexion reveals compartment-specific alterations in meniscal slope, ARTHROSCOPY. 2013. 29(10), 1653-1660.
Widmer B, Lustig S, Scholes CJ, Molloy A, Leo SP, Coolican MRJ, & Parker DA, Incidence and severity of complications due to femoral nerve blocks performed for knee surgery, KNEE. 2013. 20(3), 181-185.
Lustig S, Scholes CJ, Leo SP, Coolican MRJ, & Parker DA. Influence of soft tissues on the proximal bony tibial slope measured with two-dimensional MRI. KNEE SURG SPORTS TRAUMATOL ARTHROSC. 2013. 21(2),372-379.
Widmer BJ, Scholes CJ, Lustig S, Conrad L, Oussedik SI, & Parker DA. Intraoperative computer navigation parameters are poor predictors of function 1 year after total knee arthroplasty, J ARTHROPLASTY.2013. 28(1), 56-61.
Lustig S, Scholes CJ, Oussedik SI, Kinzel V, Coolican MRJ, & Parker DA, Unsatisfactory accuracy as determined by computer navigation of VISIONAIRE patient-specific instrumentation for total knee arthroplasty, J ARTHROPLASTY.2013. 28(3), 469-473.
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 ORTH REL RES. 2012.
Widmer BJ, Scholes CJ, Pattullo GG, Oussedik SI, Parker DA, & Coolican MRJ. Is Femoral Nerve Block Necessary During Total Knee Arthroplasty?: A Randomized Controlled Trial. J ARTHROPLASTY. 2012. 27(10), 1800-1805.
Lustig S, Magnussen RA, Dahm DL, & Parker DA. Patellofemoral arthroplasty, where are we today? KNEE SURG SPORTS TRAUMATOL ARTHROSC. 2012 :20(7), 1216-1226.
Lustig S, Scholes CJ, Stegeman TJ, Oussedik S, Coolican MRJ, & Parker DA, Sagittal placement of the femoral component in total knee arthroplasty predicts knee flexion contracture at one-year follow-up. INT ORTHOP. 2012. 36(9), 1835-1839.
Parker DA, Beatty KT, Giuffre B, Scholes CJ, Coolican MR. Articular cartilage changes in patients with osteoarthritis after osteotomy. AM J SPORTS MED. 2011 May; 39(5): 1039 – 45.
De Wall M, Scholes CJ, Patel S, Coolican MR, Parker DA. Tibial Fixation in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Prospective Randomized Study Comparing Metal Interference Screw and Staples with a Centrally Placed Polyethylene Screw and Sheath. AM J SPORTS MED. 2011 May: 39(9):1858-64.
Galea A, Giuffre B, Dimmick S, Coolican MR & Parker DA. The Accuracy of MRI Scanning and its influence on Management Decisions in Knee Surgery. ARTHROSCOPY. 2009 May; 25(5): 473-80.
Lin CW, March L, Crosbie J, Crawford R, Graves S, Naylor J, Harmer A, Jan S, Bennel K, Harris I, Parker D, Moffett H, and Fransen M, Maximum recovery after knee replacement – the MARKER study rationale & protocol, BMC MUSCULOSKELET DISORD. 2009 Jun 17; 10(1): 69.
Hugh TB, Parker DA, Furnival C, Kennedy J, Atlas M, and Kearsley J. Getting surgery right is more complex than it appears: a new look is needed at aberrant procedures. ANZ J SURG. 2009 Jul; 79 (7-8): 548-53.
Cross M, Lapsley H, Barcenilla A, Parker D, Coolican M, March L. Patient Expectations of Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Surgery and Postoperative Health Status. PATIENT. 2009. Mar 1: 2 (1): 51-60.
Vanwanseele B, Parker D & Coolican M. Frontal Knee Alignment: Three-dimensional Marker Positions and Clinical Assessment. CLIN ORTHOP RELAT RES 2009 Feb; 467(2):504-9.
Grassmayr MJ, Parker DA, Coolican MR and Vanwanseele B. Posterior Cruciate Ligament Deficiency: Biomechanical and biological consequences and the outcomes of conservative treatment. A systematic review. J SCI MED SPORT. 2008 Sep; 11(5): 433-43.
Servien E, Viskontas D, Giuffre BM, Coolican MR, and Parker DA. Reliability of bony landmarks for restoration of the joint line in revision knee arthroplasty. KNEE SURG SPORTS TRAUMATOL ARTHROSC 2008 March; 16(3); 263-9
Viskontas D, Giuffre BM, Duggal N, Graham DA, Coolican MRJ & Parker DA. Bone Bruises associated with ACL Rupture: Correlation with Injury Mechanism. AM J SPORTS MED, 2008 May; 36(5): 927-33
March LM, Barcenilla AL, Cross MJ, Lapsley HM, Parker D & Brooks PM. Costs and Outcomes of Total Hip and Knee Joint Replacement for Rheumatoid Arthritis. CLIN RHEUM, 2008 Oct; 27 (10): 1235-42.
Parker DA, Coolican MRJ, Mather L, Graham DA & Dewall MS. The Safety of Combined Usage of Local Anaesthetic Infiltration and Reinfusion Drains in Total Knee Arthroplasty. J ARTHROPLASTY, 2008 Aug 11 (Epub ahead of print)
Patel SC & Parker DA. Isolated rupture of the lateral collateral ligament during yoga practice: a case report. J ORTHOP SURG. 2008 Dec: 16(3): 378-80.
Parker DA and Viskontas DG. Osteotomy for the Early Varus Arthritic Knee. SPORTS MEDICINE AND ARTHROSCOPY REVIEW 2007 Mar; 15(1): 3-14
Burns AR, Parker DA and Coolican MRJ. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome complicating Total Knee Arthroplasty. J ORTHOP SURG 2006 Dec; 14(3):280-3
Carmody DJ, Taylor TK, Parker DA, Coolican MR and Cumming RG. Spinal Cord Injuries in Australian Footballers 1997 – 2002. MED J AUST. 2005 Jun 6;182(11):561-4.
Young AA, Stanwell P, Williams A, Rohrsheim JA, Parker DA, Giuffre B, Ellis AM. Glycosaminoglycan content of knee cartilage following posterior cruciate ligament rupture demonstrated by delayed gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging of cartilage . (dGEMRIC). A case report. J BONE JOINT SURG AM. 2005 Dec;87(12):2763-7.
Naudie DR, Guerin J, Parker DA, Bourne RB and Rorabeck CH. Medial unicompartmental knee arthroplasty with the Miller-Galante prosthesis. J BONE JOINT SURG AM. 2004 Sep; 86-A(9): 1931-5.
Smith PN, Parker DA, Gelinas J, Bourne RB and Rorabeck CH. Radiographic changes in the Patella following Quadriceps Turndown for Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty. J ARTHROPLASTY, 2004 Sep; 19(6): 714-9.
Spinal Cord Injuries in Australian Footballers, Collaborative paper from The Australian Spinal Cord Injury Units.
Parker DA, Data collection and Manuscript Preparation, AUST NZ J SURG, 73(7): 493-99, 2003.
Parker DA, Dunbar MJ and Rorabeck CH.Extensor mechanism failure associated with total knee arthroplasty: prevention and management, J AM ACAD ORTHOP SURG 11(4): 238-47, 2003
Smith NC, Parker DA and McNicol D, Supracondylar Fractures of the Femur in Children, J PEDIATR ORTHOP; 21(5): 600-603, 2001.
Parker DA, Rorabeck CH and Bourne RB, Long-Term Follow-up of Cementless Versus Hybrid Fixation for Total Knee Arthroplasty,CLIN ORTHOP, 388: 68-76, 2001.
Dunbar MJ, Valdivia GG, Parker DA, Ryd L, Bourne RB and Rorabeck CH, Post-operative patient disposition after knee arthroplasty based on pre-operative WOMAC scores. In: Subjective outcomes after knee arthroplasty, MJ Dunbar (Thesis, Lund, 2001), ACTA ORTHOP SCAND Supp 301, Vol 72, 2001
Valdivia GG, Dunbar MJ, Parker DA, Woolfrey MR, McCalden RW, Rorabeck, CH, and Bourne, RB. The John Charnley Award: Three Dimensional Analysis of the Cement Mantle in Total Hip Arthroplasty, CLIN ORTHOP, 393: 38 – 51, 2001.

Institution:

Sydney Orthopaedic Research Institute
University of Sydney ( Associate Professor )
Queensland University of Technology ( Adjunct Professor )
Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney

About The ACL Study Group

The ACL study group was organized 25 years ago by a small group of orthopedic surgeons with a common interest in the anterior cruciate ligament. Today, Dr. John Bergfeld organizes this large international study group that meets every 2 years to exchange information in an informal and friendly atmosphere.