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Blood Flow-Restriction Training for Lower Extremity Muscle Weakness due to Knee Pathology: A Systematic Review Sports Health, 2018 Sue Barber-Westin, BS and Frank R. Noyes, MD In patients with chronic arthritis or recovering from major operations such as Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (ACLR), lower extremity muscle weakness is common and often difficult to overcome. Resistance [...]
Frank R Noyes MD has been invited to give the KEYNOTE ADDRESS at the international 2019 PUNE KNEE COURSE in India which is attended by more than 1000 orthopedic surgeons from India, Asia and the Middle East. Dr Noyes will present lectures on the treatment of knee disorders and specialized surgical procedures that he and [...]
2017-2018 SportsMedicine Fellow Michael Palmer, MD to Present NKI Robotics Research at the Society of Military Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual MeetingStephanie Smith 2018-11-02T19:33:04+00:00
Dr. Palmer will present research titled “Abnormal Lachman and Pivot-Shift Translations After ACL Reconstruction Affected by Graft Conditioning Protocols: A Robotic Study of Three ACL Graft Constructs” at the 60thAnnual Meeting of the Society of Military Orthopaedic Surgeons in Keystone, CO on December 12th. This exciting research is the first to our knowledge that recommends [...]
Our newest robotic study, titled “Two Different Knee Rotational Instabilities Occur With Anterior Cruciate Ligament and Anterolateral Ligament Injuries: A Robotic Study on Anterior Cruciate Ligament and Extra-articular Reconstructions in Restoring Rotational Stability,” determined the effect of two different extra-articular reconstructions on controlling knee motions after ACL reconstruction. The anterolateral ligament and iliotibial band have [...]
Biomedical Engineer and Noyes Knee Institute Biomechanical Researcher Lauren Huser presented the 2018 Advancements in Robotics Research at the 2ndannual Frank R. Noyes, MD and JoAnne Noyes, BS, RN Endowed Eminent Visiting Scholar in Sports Medicine and Bioengineering Lecture on August 18that the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Updates on continuing research projects and [...]
This robotic study, titled “The Effect of an ACL Reconstruction in Controlling Rotational Knee Stability in Knees with Intact and Physiologic Laxity of Secondary Restraints as Defined by Tibiofemoral Compartment Translations and Graft Forces,” examined the effect of an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction on restoring normal knee kinematics in unstable knee with physiologic laxity [...]
Available in 2019: Return to Sport After ACL Reconstruction and Other Knee Operations: Limiting the Risk of Reinjury and Maximizing Athletic Performance textbook. Dr. Noyes and Sue Barber-Westin, along with over 15 guest contributors, are preparing a new textbook, Return to Sport After ACL Reconstruction and Other Knee Operations: Limiting the Risk of Reinjury and [...]
On August 18th, the 2nd annual Frank R. Noyes, MD and JoAnne Noyes, BS, RN Endowed Eminent Visiting Scholar in Sports Medicine and Bioengineering was held at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. The event is a combined effort with the Noyes Knee Institute, Cincinnati SportsMedicine and Orthopaedic Center, and the University of Cincinnati’s Orthopaedic [...]
Dr. Noyes and Sue Barber-Westin release the 2nd edition of their textbook, ACL Injuries in the Female Athlete. Learn the evidence behind causes, impact, treatment and prevention of ACL injuries in female athletes. Gives step by step instruction on injury prevention programs for female athletes. Order Now