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Dr. Noyes Robotic Research Highlighted at Endowed Eminent Visiting Scholar Lecture

2018-11-02T19:25:53+00:00

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 [...]

Dr. Noyes Robotic Research Highlighted at Endowed Eminent Visiting Scholar Lecture 2018-11-02T19:25:53+00:00

Check Out Our Publication in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery!

2018-11-01T20:11:38+00:00

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 [...]

Check Out Our Publication in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery! 2018-11-01T20:11:38+00:00

Available in 2019: Return to Sport After ACL Reconstruction Textbook

2018-10-30T12:57:38+00:00

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 [...]

Available in 2019: Return to Sport After ACL Reconstruction Textbook 2018-10-30T12:57:38+00:00

2018 Frank R. Noyes, MD and JoAnne Noyes, BS, RN Endowed Eminent Visiting Scholar

2018-10-29T18:54:43+00:00

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 [...]

2018 Frank R. Noyes, MD and JoAnne Noyes, BS, RN Endowed Eminent Visiting Scholar 2018-10-29T18:54:43+00:00

Sedentary to Active: Keep Your Knees Safe As You Regain Your Fitness

2018-10-02T20:21:13+00:00

If you’ve been inactive for a fair amount of time, entering the world of consistent exercise can be daunting. A lot of people don’t know where to begin or what to do, and they also may not know their limits or how to stay safe when trying new forms of exercise.  […]

Sedentary to Active: Keep Your Knees Safe As You Regain Your Fitness 2018-10-02T20:21:13+00:00

How to Protect Your Knees as a Weight Lifter

2018-10-04T14:57:22+00:00

Weight lifting is a great way to enhance muscle tone and improve fitness, but if you are not careful, it can also be hard on your knees. Weight lifters often suffer from nagging knee pain, and in some cases, they may develop full-blown knee injuries like patellar tendinitis or ligament tears.  Thankfully, there are ways [...]

How to Protect Your Knees as a Weight Lifter 2018-10-04T14:57:22+00:00

Now Available! ACL Injuries in the Female Athlete Textbook

2018-09-18T17:25:39+00:00

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

Now Available! ACL Injuries in the Female Athlete Textbook 2018-09-18T17:25:39+00:00

Join Us in Hilton Head!

2018-09-13T17:02:49+00:00

34th Annual Advances on the Knee Shoulder & Sports Medicine Course:  May 25-28, 2019 Pre-Conference Sportsmetrics Certification Course:  May 23-24, 2019 NEW!  Pre-Conference Blood Flow Restriction Course:  May 24, 2019 (immediately following the Sportsmetrics Course) Details coming soon to the Cincinnati SportsMedicine Events page!

Join Us in Hilton Head! 2018-09-13T17:02:49+00:00

Cycling and Its Impact on Your Knees

2018-09-04T19:23:00+00:00

Cycling can be either good for your knees or bad depending on a lot of factors. Even though cycling is low-impact, it uses a lot of repetitive motion and positions that put strain on your knees if you're not careful. Just like any sport, you can hurt yourself if you don't take precautions or prepare [...]

Cycling and Its Impact on Your Knees 2018-09-04T19:23:00+00:00