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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autograft in both the acute and chronic situation The quest for anatomical repair and restoration of function has been superseded by reconstruction with…

Flavour of Italy for Stirling County U15s

You know that there is nothing we like more at The Mackay Clinic than a bit of sport! So it was great to be able to help provide towards new kit for the Stirling Under 15s tour and then to hear that they all had a great time. Well done everyone - we love the photos.

Taking titles in Tignes

Great to get an update from our sponsored skier Iain Innes who has had a terrific finish to his season. Well done from all of us! I finished off my season with an incredible 10 days in Tignes, France for the British Alpine Championships. The first four days were the speed events, I was happy…

AAOS 2019: The days of straightforward human joinery have been left behind

In the first of our Mackay Clinic Blogs, Professor Mackay looks back at the highlights of AAOS2019 which gave him a great opportunity to talk to surgeons from all over the world who are finding that the InternalBrace is transforming their practices and patient care.

Florida trip ticks the box for InternalBrace, Biologics and nano-tech updates

Professor Mackay recently completed a week’s research trip over at the Arthrex Surgical Skills Centre for Research & Innovation at Naples in Florida.  He reports: Not only was the weather remarkable, but the staff were also fantastic and a lot was achieved.  On the first day, meetings with Rob and Allana from the Biologics Team…

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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