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Blogger’s Message on Choosing the Right Surgeon

2018-06-21T17:03:30+00:00

Read about this blogger's long road to recovery and how researching orthopaedic surgeons finally led him to Dr. Noyes and Cincinnati SportsMedicine.  His message...do the research before choosing a doctor!  Read more

Blogger’s Message on Choosing the Right Surgeon 2018-06-21T17:03:30+00:00

33rd Annual Advances on the Knee & Shoulder Course

2018-06-19T18:00:31+00:00

The Cincinnati SportsMedicine Center and its Foundation (CSMREF) just completed a highly successful annual meeting in Hilton Head South Carolina over Memorial Day (May 26 to May 29, 2018).  This is the 33rd year of the national course that is attended by orthopaedic surgeons, physical therapists, athletic trainers and physician assistants. The faculty involves surgeons and therapists [...]

33rd Annual Advances on the Knee & Shoulder Course 2018-06-19T18:00:31+00:00

Dr. Noyes Keynote Speaker at 2018 AANA Meeting

2018-06-19T16:59:17+00:00

Dr. Noyes provided the keynote address at the American Arthroscopy Association of North America annual meeting in April 2018.  The invitation was extended by the president Dr. Robert Hunter.  AANA represents the largest group of Orthopaedic Surgeons in North America that specialize in arthroscopic surgery of human joints.  Dr. Noyes provided an address on multiple [...]

Dr. Noyes Keynote Speaker at 2018 AANA Meeting 2018-06-19T16:59:17+00:00

Dr. Noyes Speaks at the 2018 Cherry Blossom Annual Course

2018-06-19T16:47:49+00:00

Dr. Noyes was the invited speaker at the Cherry Blossom Annual Course in Washington DC in April 2018 and provided the keynote address entitled “Essential 2018 Advances for Success in ACL Surgery”.  Dr. Noyes provided an address of the key surgical components for successful ACL surgery that included diagnosis of knee instability, selection of autografts [...]

Dr. Noyes Speaks at the 2018 Cherry Blossom Annual Course 2018-06-19T16:47:49+00:00

New Research: ACL-R and Rotational Knee Stability

2018-06-19T16:43:07+00:00

Dr. Noyes was a co-author of a paper entitled “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”, which was accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons [...]

New Research: ACL-R and Rotational Knee Stability 2018-06-19T16:43:07+00:00

AAOS Annual Meeting 2018: ACL Prevention Exhibit

2018-06-19T16:32:02+00:00

Dr. Noyes and co-authors Sue Barber-Westin, BS and Stephanie Smith, MS had the opportunity to present an exhibit at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery entitled “Which Anterior Cruciate Ligament Prevention Programs Are Effective in Decreasing Injury Rates and Improving Neuromuscular Indices in female Athletes?”  Sportsmetrics is the largest ACL injury [...]

AAOS Annual Meeting 2018: ACL Prevention Exhibit 2018-06-19T16:32:02+00:00

AAOS Annual Meeting 2018: Patellofemoral Arthroplasty Exhibit

2018-06-19T16:33:01+00:00

Dr. Noyes participated at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) at New Orleans in March 2018.  This annual meeting is the largest of its kind with thousands of orthopaedic surgeons throughout the world attending the annual meeting.  The AAOS accepted for presentation an exhibit entitled “Patellofemoral Arthroplasty in Younger Patients:  [...]

AAOS Annual Meeting 2018: Patellofemoral Arthroplasty Exhibit 2018-06-19T16:33:01+00:00

Dormant Buttock Syndrome:Unexplained Knee Pain Can Be a Pain in the Butt

2017-08-10T15:22:00+00:00

If your knees hurt a lot, and you don’t know why, you might have a problem called dormant butt syndrome. Your buttocks help support your upper and lower body, as well as absorb shock and impact during movement. Problems that develop in your buttocks can affect other areas of the lower body, including your knees. [...]

Dormant Buttock Syndrome:Unexplained Knee Pain Can Be a Pain in the Butt 2017-08-10T15:22:00+00:00

Beginner’s Plyometric Jumps: How Can They Injure Your Knees?

2017-08-10T15:24:43+00:00

Plyometric jumps help you build muscle and improve your cardiovascular health, as well as increase your strength, speed, endurance, and agility. But if you’re a beginner who chooses to learn the moves on your own, you can potentially injure your knees if you perform the exercises without taking the right precautions. Plyometric jumps require you to [...]

Beginner’s Plyometric Jumps: How Can They Injure Your Knees? 2017-08-10T15:24:43+00:00