Following last year’s successful and first live hamstring transplant in Europe, which allowed us to repair a youngster’s ski-holiday damaged anterior cruciate ligament by using donor tissue from her mother, I have been approached by several surgeons interested in the… Continue Reading
At the BASK conference in April I will be having a meeting with the President Simon Donnell to outline plans to turn knee surgery into a new Master’s degree course for medical students. The aim is to launch the first… Continue Reading
Close examination of the data from performing around 300 osteotomies has thrown up some very interesting information covering all aspects of the operation. One of the most revealing insights is a change in the general profile of the ideal patients… Continue Reading
Each year the organisers of the annual conference of the British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK) receive more than a thousand proposals for presentations to the delegates. But since the event only lasts two days that number has… Continue Reading
This is an annual meeting held at the headquarters of Arthrex, the US leading company for implant and technology associated with sports medicine surgery in the US. Mr Wilson was asked to present his new minimally invasive posterolateral reconstruction which… Continue Reading
This years Osteotomy course in Basingstoke was a huge success, drawing consultants from across the country to gain hands on experience with this increasingly popular technique.