Posted on May 15, 2016
Mr Willis-Owens quest for the best knee replacement
Posted on Apr 29, 2016
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Posted on Mar 18, 2016
Modern scans will quite commonly pick up a shopping list of abnormalities even in a fairly normal person, and a radiologists job is to report every one of the abnormalities.
Posted in Uncategorised on Mar 04, 2016
As a sports surgeon I see significant numbers of injured youngsters from rugby each year often with very serious injuries needing surgery. It is true that these are nearly always due to heavy contact. And I am in two minds about the idea of taking tackling out, as the injuries can be terrible and devastating. However it would not be rugby without the tackling.
Posted in Uncategorised on Feb 28, 2016
Using Technology for saftey efficiency and performance - New Tesla model S P90D
Posted in Uncategorised on Oct 24, 2015
This week I am proud to be an invited expert for the NEJM regarding a paper just published randomising knee arthritis patients to TKR and rehab or non operative intervention.
Posted in Uncategorised on Oct 08, 2015
I was a bit worried heading out of London that I would lose some of the excellent physio support and equipment that my patients have benefitted from there. So I was particularly pleased this week to meet with the head of physio at BMI The Harbour Hospital Jonathan Swan.
Posted in Uncategorised on Oct 01, 2015
This week I had 4 new ACL ruptures, all in players playing Scrum Half, then I sat down to watch the England Wales game and witnessed another in the match.
Posted in Uncategorised on Mar 07, 2015
In just the same way that I have been driving down the recovery time for knee arthroscopy, I have been working hard on getting patients better faster after their anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.