[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/nhmrc/1126229]
Brief description While orthopaedic surgery usually achieves pain relief and improves function somewhat, it can often leave a patient unable to perform certain activities. And these abnormal movement patterns are likely to cause further problems. This project will objectively measure post-surgical function, in order to improve the surgery and rehabilitation of some of the most complex orthopaedic conditions. The goal is that patients receive the maximum benefit from surgery.
Funding Amount $AUD 436,027.02
Funding Scheme Career Development Fellowships
RD Wright Biomedical CDF