Julian K Chakraverty

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This study aimed to assess the accuracy and agreement between examiners when attempting to identify a single lumbar spinal level using passive intersegmental motion testing, a technique commonly used by physical therapists. Thirty-five adults were examined independently by an experienced and a novice clinician. Each examiner was asked to identify and note(More)
Tibial tubercle fractures disrupting the extensor mechanism of the knee can occur in association with complex tibial plateau fractures (AO type 41A, B, C). The management of these fractures can be difficult; a stable repair of the tibial tubercle fragment is essential if the extensor mechanism is to be reconstituted. There are few reported techniques(More)
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