Data From 1982 Through Today
Research is a very important part of the Shelbourne Knee Center’s ability to provide world-class care for knees. Our number one goal is to provide the highest level of patient care and satisfaction. Research is the best way to see what is working and what isn’t. We listen to what our patients have to say whether they are here for a visit or giving us information through physical testing and surveys. This information has helped us to improve what we do so that all of our patients can get back to their activities or sport in the quickest time possible…safely.
Our research data dates back to 1982 and continues to this day with those same patients, as well as the patients who have come after them. We collect data for research by survey, x-ray, physical examination and physical testing. This information is looked at and analyzed regularly so that our treatment methods are as up to date as possible. We share the results of our studies through international, national and regional presentations and by publishing in medical journals.
If you have received a login for a research survey, please click here.
Adam Norris, research manager 317.957.9324
Tinker Gray, research manager/medical writer 317.957.9321
Diane Davidson, research coordinator 317.957.9322
Heather Garrison, research coordinator 317.957.9323