• 7788 Citations
19982020

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Research interests

My research interest is the treatment of articular cartilage injuries, specifically the mechanical quality of tissue formed by different surgical treatments. I am interested in studying how different post-operative protocols may alter the mechanical quality of this tissue and investigating the genetic basis for healing after articular cartilage surgery.

Areas of Clinical Interest

Sports medicine and shoulder and knee injuries, with an emphasis on arthroscopic surgery. Shoulder instability and dislocations, labral tears, SLAP tears, rotator cuff tears,AC joint injuries and clavicle fractures. Shoulder stabilization and labral repair, rotator cuff repair. Knee ligament injuries including ACL, PCL tears and knee dislocations/multi-ligament knee injuries. Knee ligament reconstruction including ACL reconstruction, revision ACL reconstruction and PCL reconstruction. Meniscus tears and treatment, including meniscectomy, meniscal repairs, and meniscal transplantation. Knee cartilage injury and surgery, including microfracture, OATS, osteochondral allografts and ORIF OCD. Knee realignment including high tibial osteotomy (HTO). Treatment of patellofemoral instability, including MPFL reconstruction and tibial tubercle osteotomy.

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Research Output

  • 3 Scopus citations

    A Practical Guide for the Current Use of Biologic Therapies in Sports Medicine

    Lamplot, J. D., Rodeo, S. A. & Brophy, R. H., Feb 1 2020, In : American Journal of Sports Medicine. 48, 2, p. 488-503 16 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 6 Scopus citations
  • 1 Scopus citations

    As Goes the Meniscus Goes the Knee: Early, Intermediate, and Late Evidence for the Detrimental Effect of Meniscus Tears

    Chang, P. S. & Brophy, R. H., Jan 2020, In : Clinics in Sports Medicine. 39, 1, p. 29-36 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

  • 1 Scopus citations