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A ski instructor documents his own ski injury


David is a ski instructor by profession, and has documented his own 2016 ski injury… 4 March 2016 Enjoying some skiing in Avoriaz, France when I tripped at slow speed in some heavy snow and fell down the slope. My downhill ski caught up in the snow which, meant my body passed over my knee […]

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Minimally-invasive high-tibial osteotomy – a surgeon’s own choice

Why would a busy 56 year old sports surgeon, previously fit and active, but now struggling with knee arthritis, decide to have a high tibial osteotomy at the other end of the world rather than choosing a straightforward knee replacement at home?

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