In the Media

Paul Lawrie savours Scottish Senior Open success

Paul Lawrie won the Scottish Senior Open to claim his first Staysure Tour title in front of a home crowd at Craigielaw Golf Club. The 1999 Open champion battled gusty conditions throughout the final round to record a level par round of 71 to win his maiden over-50s title by two shots from Peter Baker…

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‘Less may be more’ when it comes to ACL repair

This article first appeared in Orthopaedic Product News on July 3 2019 Gregory S. DiFelice, MD, of the Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY, talks about primary ACL repair Q: What is the latest news with primary ACL repair? A: Well, it seems that the ice is starting to break as more and more…

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The InternalBrace – transforming the management of ligament injuries

This first appeared in Orthopaedic Product News in September 2018 For more than 30 years the accepted orthopaedic approach to joint instability, secondary to ligament injury, has been reconstruction with allograft or autograft in both the acute and chronic situation The quest for anatomical repair and restoration of function has been superseded by reconstruction with…

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Slow play intervention brought Paul Lawrie a bad reaction

Published in The Courier 20/02/19 By Steve Scott. Read online here Trying to use peer pressure among fellow golf professionals to end slow play doesn’t work – and Paul Lawrie has lost friends as a result. The former Open champion, slowly making a return to playing competitively after ankle surgery, was yesterday launching the Farmfoods…

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Baseball’s next miracle surgery

First published in Fansided By Will Caroll “It’s a game changer.” That phrase is often just hype, but when you hear it come from not one, but four of the top orthopedic surgeons in the country, it’s time to take note. True changes in sports medicine come about once in a generation. Tommy John surgery,…

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New anterior cruciate ligament surgery to repair skiing knee injuries

Published in The Telegraph, March 30, 2016 By Daryll Ball It all went horribly wrong last February at the annual magazine ski test in Kühtai, Austria. I was in the resort’s terrain park, went too slow on a 360 – a classic mistake I tell all my coaching students not to do – and landed cleanly…

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Rugby World Cup 2015, big hits making game too dangerous, warn top surgeons

First published in the Sydney Morning Herald, October 14 2015 By Daniel Schofield and Richard Bath Two leading sports surgeons have warned that rugby’s attrition rate is fast becoming unsustainable after statistics showed that the number of players who have had to withdraw from the World Cup through injury has more than doubled. Already 34…

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Hibs’ Farid El Alagui back in the nick of time

Published in the Scotsman, April 21 2015 New op gets El Alagui fit again ahead of play-offs, writes Moira Gordon FROM the minute Farid El Alagui met with the doctors back in August, the Hibernian striker has had one eye on the play-offs. Aware that the swell of contenders for the Championship title could leave…

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