ABOUT SORI

Sydney Orthopaedic Research Institute (SORI) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the study and research of orthopaedic disorders, in particular those associated with the knee joint. We aim to empower patients and clinicians with improved diagnoses and treatments for restoring knees to optimal function.

 

OUR MISSION

"To provide patients and clinicians with improved methods of diagnosis and treatment to restore function to knees affected by injury and disease."

OUR VISION

To be recognised nationally and internationally as a centre of excellence in the treatment and prevention of knee disorders, through innovative and quality programs in areas of research, education, professional training and community service.

Dr-Myles-Coolican Dr. Myles Coolican
Dr-David-Parker Dr. David Parker
Dr Brett Fritsch Dr. Brett Fritsch

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Validation of an MRI Protocol for Routine Quantitative Assessment of Tunnel Position in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction - Samuel Grasso, James Linklater, Qing Li, David A. Parker, 2018 https://t.co/IaHuwEsXBh

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LATEST NEWS & BLOG POSTS

Successful grants

A great start to 2018 – today we received notification of two successful grant applications from the NSHLD No.2 Trust Fund. These are for the purchase of a force platform for our motion capture lab and additional equipment/resources to further advance our Return to Sport program.

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GNRB and ROTAM training day

On Friday 8th December 2017, SORI staff conducted a training session with their new Genourob devices; the GNRB and ROTAM. Yves from Genourob flew from France to conduct this session and enjoyed visiting our research facility and speaking to staff. We will now put the devices into use with patients, particularly in the Return to […]

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GNRB and ROTAM devices have arrived!

On Friday afternoon (27th November), SORI staff were excited to receive delivery of their brand new GNRB and ROTAM measurement devices from Genourob, France. We have set the devices up in our measurement room and are ready for training on 8th December 2017. After SORI staff are trained, we can commence using this with patients, […]