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Orthopaedics Open Access Research

Welcome to our Orthopaedics open access research page where we highlight our most recent content, including articles and collections, as selected by our Editors. Read the latest content across our BMC and SpringerOpen portfolios. 

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Visit us at CAOS 2019 - Beijing, China, May 22nd to 25th, 2019

AAOS 2019 © Chinese Medical Doctor Association(CMDA) and Chinese Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons (CAOS)

We are proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at CAOS 2019 - an industry-leading forum for all the latest in orthopaedic technology, science, and research. A place for the community to further and share their knowledge and skills.

If you'll also be attending this upcoming event on May 22-25 in Beijing, welcome to visit our Booth G3, we would be delighted to talk to you ! 

Our Latest Collections

Work and musculoskeletal health

In order to address the important contribution of work to musculoskeletal health it is crucial to integrate the work context in preventive or clinical interventions. The aim of this thematic series is to provide a forum to present research on the integration of clinical disease management within the context of work. 

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Osteoarthritis - from basic and translational approaches to clinical practice

Read the published content in this thematic series covering all aspects of research into osteoarthritis from studies investigating the underlying pathophysiological mechanisms through to those describing clinical practice.

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The Science and Sociology of Footwear

This special collection, edited by Dr Anita Williams, showcases the significant impact footwear has in both health and disease, and covers a wide range of methodological approaches, from biomechanics through to sociology. 

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Emerging Topics in Orthopaedics

Authored by internationally acknowledged opinion-leaders, this collection features a range of cutting-edge subjects; from recent developments of rehab in high-level athletes to new arthroplasty designs like the dual mobility hip arthroplasty, to THR taperosis.

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Editor's Picks - Read our Featured Research

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