Mission Statement
To advance the science and clinical practice of kinematic alignment total knee arthroplasty for the benefit of the millions of patients undergoing knee replacement surgery in the next decade and beyond.

Ongoing Research & Development

Developing new experimental and/or computational methods of kinematic analysis for tibiofemoral and patellofemoral joints.

Demonstrating biomechanical advantages of unrestricted kinematic alignment over mechanical alignment.

Improving accuracy in surgical execution of unrestricted kinematic alignment.

Developing kinematic-alignment specific component designs and demonstrating advantages towards restoring knee function over conventional designs.

Addressing clinician concerns with kinematic alignment which include the following:
  • Survivorship of cemented and uncemented implants.
  • Surgical reconstruction of the valgus knee.
  • Outcomes of outlier deformities.