CURRENT RESEARCH

Our main current research interest is assessing quality of recovery, pain relief and mobility following joint replacement surgery. 

CONTINUOUS PAIN RELEIF AFTER KNEE REPLACEMENT
 
EXTENDED DURATION LOCAL ANAESTHETIC INFUSIONS FOR PAIN RELIEF AFTER KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY
COMPLETED
STRONG PAIN MEDICATION USE AFTER DISCHARGE FROM HOSPITAL
PAIN RELIEF REQUIREMENTS AFTER JOINT REPLACEMENT SURGERY FOLLOWING DISCHARGE FROM HOSPITAL
COMPLETED
LOCAL ANAESTHETIC CATHETER PLACEMENT FOR PAIN RELEIF AFTER KNEE REPLACEMENT
AN ANATOMICAL STUDY TO DETERMINE THE EXACT LOCATION FOR PLACEMENT OF A LOCAL ANAESTHETIC CATHETER IN THE THIGH TO OPTIMISE PAIN RELIEF AND FUNCTION AFTER KNEE REPLACEMENT
COMPLETED
"B-HIP" Study
A NOVEL PAIN RELIEF METHOD FOR HIP REPLACEMENT 
This study will assess the effects of a local anaesthetic injection in the lumbar area to improve early postoperative pain
STUDY COMPLETED: PUBLICATION PENDING
"MiHIP" Study
A study into the prevention of low blood pressure after hip surgery using a medication called midodrine
ETHICS REVIEW COMPLETED: RECRUITMENT PENDING

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Affiliated with The Joint Studio

 Hollywood Medical Centre

Suite 1, 85 Monash Avenue

Nedlands

Western Australia 6009