Research highlights, fellowship information, and other resources for physicians.
Our physicians, physical therapists, and research team have been actively engaged in clinical research for over 20 years. We are dedicated to conducting research and quality improvement studies which provide benefits to our patients and advance clinical practice. We are widely published in the areas of sports medicine, arthroscopy, arthroplasty and patient-reported outcomes.
TCO is committed to furthering our understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of orthopedics and sports-related injuries. This is being accomplished through a multidisciplinary approach that includes thought leaders on musculoskeletal research, outcomes, clinical research, basic science, biomechanics, rehabilitation and performance.
TCO has an established track record of enrollment, data capture, and retention of study subjects. Our sites are enrolled in several industry sponsored studies throughout the year, and we are frequently complimented on our quality data and long-term follow-up protocols.
To view current IRB approved studies, click here.
To view current publications, click here.
To view past research studies and publications, download the TCO Foundation Annual Reports from the TCO Foundation website.
Faculty and fellows are dedicated to, and highly involved in, research throughout the year. To view past fellow research studies or publications, please visit the respective fellowship pages.
To view current IRB approved studies, click here. To view current publications, click here. For past research studies and publications, download the TCO Foundation Annual Reports from the TCO Foundation website.
TCO has been approved as a teaching site to host fellows through ISAKOS (International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine). These fellows have requested additional training and/or exposure to arthroscopy, knee surgery and sports medicine. Fellows are current doctors from all over the globe and would travel/visit up to six medical centers throughout the world before attending the ISAKOS Biennial Congress. The goal of the program is to have visiting international surgeons observe in clinic and surgery to learn new concepts and techniques to improve their care of patients.